Joseph-Arthur Labissonnière was a politician in Quebec, Canada and an official opposition Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec (MLA).
Member of the legislatureEdit
He ran as a Conservative candidate in the district of in the provincial district of Champlain in 1912 and won against Liberal incumbent Pierre-Calixte Neault. He lost re-election in 1916. He was succeeded by Liberal Bruno Bordeleau.
Labissonnière tried to make a political comeback but was defeated again in 1923.
Bordeleau served as Mayor of Champlain from 1917 to 1922.
He died on May 9, 1930 in Champlain.
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Pierre-Calixte Neault, Liberal
| MLA, District of Champlain
Bruno Bordeleau, Liberal
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