Léonard-David Sweezey Tremblay (16 April 1896 – 19 September 1968) was a Liberal party member of the House of Commons of Canada. He was born in Chicoutimi, Quebec and became a journalist and public servant by career.
|Member of the Canadian Parliament|
October 1935 – September 1965
|Preceded by||Onésime Gagnon|
|Succeeded by||Robert Perron|
|Senator for Lauzon, Quebec|
|Appointed by||Louis St. Laurent|
|Preceded by||Eugène Paquet|
|Succeeded by||Jean-Paul Deschatelets|
Léonard-David Sweezey Tremblay
16 April 1896
Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada
|Died||19 September 1968(aged 72)|
m. 17 May 1920
|Profession||journalist, public servant|
Tremblay was educated at Lauzon College and served in both World War I and World War II. He was first elected to Parliament at the Dorchester riding in the 1935 general election then re-elected there in 1940, 1945 and 1949. The margin of victory of the 1949 election was particularly small, as Progressive Conservative candidate Gérard Corriveau trailed by 221 votes.
- Normandin, Pierre G. (1952). The Canadian Parliamentary Guide.
- Bain, George (6 August 1953). "Quebec Prospect: PC's See Victory in Dorchester". The Globe and Mail. p. 13.