|Occupation||technical and labour consultant, businessman and politician|
He was elected at Sainte-Marie electoral district in the 1972 federal election and was re-elected there in 1974. In the 1979 election, he campaigned in the Chambly electoral district and won re-election there. After one more victory in the 1980 election, he was defeated in 1984 by Richard Grisé of the Progressive Conservative party. He made another unsuccessful attempt to re-enter federal politics in the 1988 election at Saint-Hubert riding.
|Parliament of Canada|
| Member of Parliament for Sainte-Marie
The electoral district was abolished in 1976.
| Member of Parliament for Chambly
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