Firmin Dugas (March 8, 1830 – March 16, 1889) was a Quebec businessman and political figure. He was a Conservative member of the House of Commons of Canada representing Montcalm from 1871 to 1887 and in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec from 1867 to 1874.
|Member of the Canadian Parliament|
|Preceded by||Joseph Dufresne|
|Succeeded by||Olaüs Thérien|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Montcalm|
|Succeeded by||Louis-Gustave Martin|
|Born||March 8, 1830|
Rawdon, Lower Canada
|Died||March 16, 1889(aged 59)|
He was born in Rawdon Township, Lower Canada in 1830 and studied at Collège de l'Assomption. Dugas owned and operated several sawmills and flour mills at Saint-Liguori. He was mayor of Saint-Liguori from 1860 to 1862. He was elected to the Quebec assembly in 1867; he was elected to the House of Commons in an 1871 by-election after Joseph Dufresne resigned his seat to accept a post as sheriff. Dugas resigned his seat in the Quebec assembly in 1874 when it became illegal to hold seats in both houses.
He died at Saint-Liguori in 1889.
His son Joseph-Louis-Euclide also later represented Montcalm in the House of Commons.