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Emmanuel Dubourg MP (born December 26, 1958) is a Canadian politician, chartered accountant and teacher from Quebec. He was the Member of National Assembly of Quebec for the riding of Viau from 2007 until 2013. On November 25, 2013 he was elected to the House of Commons of Canada in a by-election to become the Liberal Member of Parliament for the Montreal riding of Bourassa.

Emmanuel Dubourg

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Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Revenue
In office
December 2, 2015 – January 27, 2017
MinisterDiane Lebouthillier
Preceded byGerald Keddy
Succeeded byKamal Khera
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Bourassa
Assumed office
November 25, 2013
Preceded byDenis Coderre
Member of the Quebec National Assembly for Viau
In office
April 25, 2007 – August 9, 2013
Preceded byWilliam Cusano
Succeeded byDavid Heurtel
Personal details
Born (1958-12-26) December 26, 1958 (age 60)
Saint-Marc, Haiti
Political partyLiberal Party of Canada
Other political
affiliations
Quebec Liberal Party
ResidenceMontreal, Quebec
Alma materUniversité du Québec à Montréal
ProfessionChartered Accountant and teacher

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Early life and educationEdit

Born in Saint-Marc, Haiti, he emigrated to Canada in 1974.

Dubourg obtained a Master of Business Administration at Université du Québec à Montréal and has been a member of the Ordre des comptables agréés du Québec since 1987.

CareerEdit

Dubourg was a teacher at Université du Québec à Montréal, Université du Québec en Outaouais and CEGEP Montmorency. He has been honoured with several awards and citations for his work over the years, including the Governor General's Medal, the Innovation and Excellence prize from Revenue Canada in 1992 and the Black History Month Award in 2006 for his work in the black community.

Political careerEdit

Dubourg won his seat in the 2007 Quebec Provincial Election, succeeding former Liberal MNA William Cusano. After the election, was named the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Employment and Social Solidarity, a portfolio held by Sam Hamad. He was re-elected in the 2008 and 2012 general elections.

He resigned on August 9, 2013 to run for the Liberal Party of Canada's nomination in a by-election for the riding of Bourassa, triggered by incumbent Denis Coderre resigning to make an ultimately successful bid for mayor of Montreal. He was elected on November 25, 2013 with 47% of the votes. He served as the National Revenue Critic for the Liberals, but was not promoted to Cabinet when the Liberals won the 2015 election.

Electoral recordEdit

2015 Canadian federal election
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Emmanuel Dubourg 22,234 54.1 +5.92
Bloc Québécois Gilles Léveillé 7,049 17.1 +4.08
New Democratic Dolmine Laguerre 6,144 14.9 -16.54
Conservative Jason Potasso-Justino 3,819 9.3 -4.65
Green Maxime Charron 886 2.2 +0.19
Independent Julie Demers 669 1.6
Marxist–Leninist Claude Brunelle 229 0.6
Strength in Democracy Jean-Marie Floriant Ndzana 99 0.2
Total valid votes/Expense limit 41,129 100.0     $203,709.09
Total rejected ballots 859
Turnout 41,988 59.2
Eligible voters 70,815
Liberal hold Swing
Source: Elections Canada[1][2]


Canadian federal by-election, November 25, 2013: Bourassa
Party Candidate Votes % ±% Expenditures
Liberal Emmanuel Dubourg 8,825 48.12 +7.21 $ 86,108.33
New Democratic Stéphane Moraille 5,766 31.44 −0.84 87,240.19
Bloc Québécois Daniel Duranleau 2,387 13.02 −3.04 81,591.19
Conservative Rida Mahmoud 852 4.65 −4.17 21,442.95
Green Danny Polifroni 368 2.01 +0.40 34,300.92
Rhinoceros Serge Lavoie 140 0.76   216.08
Total valid votes/Expense limit 18,338 100.0   –   $ 89,016.17
Total rejected ballots 295 1.58 −0.19
Turnout 18,633 26.22 −28.90
Eligible voters 69,527    
Liberal hold Swing +4.05
By-election due to the resignation of Denis Coderre.
Source(s)
"November 25, 2013 By-elections". Elections Canada. November 26, 2013. Retrieved December 14, 2013.
"November 25, 2013 By-election – Financial Reports (as reviewed)". Retrieved October 29, 2014.
2012 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Emmanuel Dubourg 11,788 47.28 -11.33
Parti Québécois Gabriel Arbieto Munayco 5,900 23.66 -2.52
Coalition Avenir Québec Walid Hadid 3,103 12.44 +5.95*
Québec solidaire Geneviève Fortier-Moreau 2,873 11.52 +6.51
Option nationale Simon-Pierre Bélanger 740 2.97
Green Eric Perreault-Chamberland 530 2.13 -1.59
Total valid votes 24,934 98.48
Total rejected ballots 384 1.52
Turnout 25,318 62.35 +17.83
Electors on the lists 40,605
Liberal hold Swing -4.40

* Result compared to Action démocratique

2008 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Emmanuel Dubourg 10,705 58.60 +6.68
Parti Québécois Martine Banolok 4,783 26.18 +4.45
Action démocratique Martin Fournier 1,186 6.49 -10.22
Québec solidaire Rosa Matilde Dutra 915 5.01 +0.06
Green Michel Cummings 678 3.71 -0.99
Total valid votes 18,267 98.03
Total rejected ballots 368 1.97
Turnout 18,635 44.52 -14.81
Electors on the lists 41,859
2007 Quebec general election
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Liberal Emmanuel Dubourg 12,917 51.92 -13.21
Parti Québécois Naima Mimoune 5,406 21.73 -0.87
Action démocratique Sylvie Fontaine 4,157 16.71 +7.86
Québec solidaire Valérie Lavoie 1,231 4.95 +3.54*
Green Simon Bernier 1,169 4.70
Total valid votes 24,880 98.39
Total rejected ballots 407 1.61
Turnout 25,287 59.33 -3.48
Electors on the lists 42,619

* Result compared to UFP

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