Lapointe (electoral district)


Lapointe (electoral district)

Lapointe was a federal electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1949 to 1979. This riding was created in 1947 from parts of Chicoutimi riding. It consisted of the city of Arvida and the towns of Kénogami and Jonquières, and the western part of the county of Chicoutimi.

The electoral district was abolished in 1976 when it was redistributed into Jonquière and Lac-Saint-Jean ridings.

Election results

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GAUTHIER, Jules ||align=right| 10,275
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DESCHENES, Lorenzo ||align=right| 5,797
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BOUCHARD, Pierre ||align=right| 4,730

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GIRARD, Fernand ||align=right|11,854
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FRASER, Joseph-Onésiphore ||align=right|8,708
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GAGNON, Claude ||align=right|1,640

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BRASSARD, Augustin ||align=right| 13,671
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GIRARD, Fernand ||align=right|12,363

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BRASSARD, Augustin ||align=right| 12,113
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WILSHIRE, Bernard ||align=right|9,864
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CHARTRAND, Michel ||align=right|7,042

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GRÉGOIRE, Gilles ||align=right| 16,186
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BRASSARD, Augustin ||align=right| 11,245
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VAILLANCOURT, Henri ||align=right|2,524

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GRÉGOIRE, Gilles ||align=right|13,312
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COTÉ, René ||align=right|8,506
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VAILLANCOURT, Henri ||align=right| 3,474
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VACHON, Henri ||align=right| 2,857

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GRÉGOIRE, Gilles ||align=right| 13,210
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LABRIE, Paul ||align=right| 9,733
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REID, Louis ||align=right|2,658
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TRINQUE, Ls-Philippe ||align=right|1,028

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MARCEAU, Gilles ||align=right|11,821
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LALIBERTÉ, Alphonse ||align=right|8,077
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LACOMBE, Gérard ||align=right|4,324
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TRINQUE, Louis-Philippe ||align=right| 919

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MARCEAU, Gilles ||align=right|16,423
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LANGLOIS, Raymond ||align=right|6,934
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BERGERON, Léopold ||align=right|4,042
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RICHARD, Pierre-Hugues ||align=right|1,084

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MARCEAU, Gilles ||align=right|16,673
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RONDEAU, François ||align=right|6,466
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DION, Gaston ||align=right| 1,982
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CARON, Réal ||align=right|1,587
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VERDI, Daniel ||align=right|227

See also

* List of Canadian federal electoral districts
* Past Canadian electoral districts

External links

* [http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/process/house/hfer/hfer.asp?Language=E&Search=Det&Include=Y&rid=373 Riding history from the] Library of Parliament


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