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Lucien Bouchard, PC, GOQ is a Canadian lawyer, diplomat, politician and former Minister of the Environment of the Canadian Federal Government. He was the Leader of Opposition in the Canadian House of Commons from 1993 to 1996, and the 27th Premier of Quebec from January 29, 1996 to March 8, 2001. He became a central figure for the "Yes" (or "Oui") side in the 1995 Quebec referendum.
He is a recipient of the title of Commander of the Légion d'Honneur. » Read more on Wikipedia.org

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Mario Beaulieu's Ascension To Bloc Throne Plays Into Hands Of Rivals
2014-06-17
MONTREAL, Oct. 30-- Bloc Quebecois leader Lucien Bouchard wipes his brow as he is joined on stage with his wife Audrey Best after the defeat of the Yes side in the Quebec referendum in Montreal Monday night. (CP PHOTO) 1995 (stf-Paul Chiasson)ROY ...
(Huffington Post Canada)
  1. Bloc Quebecois members want new leader to adopt a more open, unifying ...

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It's going to hurt: Philippe Couillard warns of Quebec's turbulent economic ...
2014-05-22
Former Parti Québécois premier Lucien Bouchard made the painful exercise a public affair in 1996 and, after a high-stakes poker match with the unions at a summit, announced he had won. Former Liberal premier Jean Charest pledged the same thing in ...
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    Analysis: Couillard sets stage for turbulent transition
    2014-05-22
    Former Parti Québécois premier Lucien Bouchard made the painful exercise a public affair in 1996 and, after a high-stakes poker match with the unions at a summit, announced he had won. Former Liberal premier Jean Charest pledged the same thing in ...
    (Montreal Gazette)

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      Former PQ minister defends 'road to nowhere'
      2014-05-08
      Chevrette, who served as a minister in the Jacques Parizeau, Lucien Bouchard and Bernard Landry governments, was Minister of Transportation from 1998 until he retired in January 2002. "I left in complete disagreement with the government and I'm writing ...
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        A first at the Charbonneau Commission: Ex-cabinet minister Guy Chevrette testifies
        2014-05-08
        Guy Chevrette, who held various ministerial posts in the Parti Québécois governments of Jacques Parizeau, Lucien Bouchard and Bernard Landry, arrived late Thursday morning at the inquiry's headquarters in downtown Montreal. He could take the stand as ...
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          Drainville on the PQ charter: no regrets, no resignation
          2014-05-06
          Gerard Bouchard is a sociologist, historian and writer who seven years ago co-chaired public hearings on the issue of reasonable accommodation in Quebec. He is also the younger brother of former Quebec premier Lucien Bouchard and, like his sibling, ...
          (Montreal Gazette (blog))
          1. Drainville proud of Charter defence, won't resign
          2. Drainville Refuses to Resign, Says He's Proud of Charter Defence

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          Column: Pierre Trudeau was right about Quebec
          2014-04-08
          In 2001, a disillusioned Lucien Bouchard resigned as premier, having lost faith in creating “the winning conditions” for independence. In 2003, the PQ lost to Jean Charest's Liberals. The PQ remained in exile until 2012, when it returned with a ...
          (Ottawa Citizen)
          1. Analysis: PQ created perfect storm with referendum and charter talk.
          2. Legault vows to fight on with third-place party in Quebec election
          3. Pauline Marois resigns, Liberals win crushing majority over separatists

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          Column: Pierre Trudeau was right about Quebec
          2014-04-08
          In 2001, a disillusioned Lucien Bouchard resigned as premier, having lost faith in creating “the winning conditions” for independence. In 2003, the PQ lost to Jean Charest's Liberals. The PQ remained in exile until 2012, when it returned with a ...
          (Ottawa Citizen)
          1. What really plagues the separatists? A history of strategic blunders
          2. Pauline Marois resigns, Liberals win crushing majority over separatists

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          Legault says he's not going to give up
          2014-04-08
          He subsequently served as minister in the portfolios of education, industry and commerce, and health and social services in the governments of Lucien Bouchard and Bernard Landry. A native of Ste-Anne-de-Belleville near Montreal, Legault had been an ...
          (OurWindsor.ca)

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