François-Joseph Laflèche (4 October 1879 – 2 June 1945) was a Conservative member of the House of Commons of Canada. He was born in Saint-Wenceslas, Quebec and became a physician, surgeon and pharmacist.
|Member of Parliament|
July 1930 – October 1935
|Preceded by||Edmund William Tobin|
|Succeeded by||James Patrick Mullins|
|Born||4 October 1879|
|Died||2 June 1945(aged 65)|
|Spouse(s)||Marie Blanche Pepin|
m. 21 October 1907
Laflèche was educated at the Nicolet Seminary, then at school in Trois-Rivières. He earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at the Université de Sherbrooke. He was also licensed for medical practice in the American state of Maine.
He was elected to Parliament at the Richmond—Wolfe riding in the 1930 general election. After serving his only term, the 17th Canadian Parliament, Laflèche was defeated by James Patrick Mullins of the Liberals in the 1935 federal election.
- According to Canadian Parliamentary Guide 1932 and 1934; a few sources such as the Parlinfo website indicate transposed first names (i.e. Joseph-François).
- Normandin, A.L. (1932). Canadian Parliamentary Guide.
- The Canadian Press (19 January 1934). "Compulsory voting advocated in House". The Globe. p. 6. Report on F. J. Lafleche motion, set to be introduced to the House of Commons.
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