Saint-Jacques (electoral district)


Saint-Jacques (electoral district)

Saint-Jacques was a federal electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1953 to 1988.

There were two separate ridings named "Saint-Jacques". The first was created in 1952 from Cartier and St. James ridings. It was abolished in 1976] when it was redistributed into Laurier and Saint-Henri ridings.

A second "Saint-Jacques" riding was created in 1977 when Saint-Henri was renamed Saint-Jacques. It was abolished in 1987 when it was redistributed into Laurier—Sainte-Marie, Saint-Henri—Westmount, and Verdun—Saint-Paul ridings.

Election results

aint-Jacques

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BEAUDRY, Roland ||align=right| 15,443
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LAUZON, Léonard ||align=right|5,274
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SAINT-AUBIN, Cléophas ||align=right|1,109
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CARON, Gui-Louis ||align=right|1,061
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LEDUC, Albert ||align=right|545

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BEAUDRY, Roland ||align=right| 7,900
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PERRON, Roland ||align=right|5,347
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CRÉPEAU, Jean-Baptiste ||align=right|3,512
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BEAUDRY, R. ||align=right|1,789
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ROBERT, Gaétan ||align=right|730

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CAMPEAU, Charles-Edouard ||align=right|12,798
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RINFRET, Maurice||align=right|10,517
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ROBERT, Gaétan ||align=right|670
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FOURNIER, Eugène-J.-E. ||align=right|1,825
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GAGNON, Henri ||align=right|666

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RINFRET, Maurice ||align=right|7,664
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HÉBERT, Gérard||align=right| 7,271
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POULIN, Jean-Paul ||align=right| 2,023
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FORTIN, Willie ||align=right| 1,925

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RINFRET, Maurice ||align=right|7,841
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HÉBERT, Gérard||align=right| 5,831
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MÉLANÇON, Sylvio ||align=right| 4,386
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FORTIN, Willie ||align=right| 2,106

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RINFRET, Maurice ||align=right|7,023
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GRÉGOIRE, Gabriel ||align=right| 5,248
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MALLETTE, Lucien ||align=right| 1,576
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FORTIN, Willie ||align=right| 1,406
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CHARTRAND, Réginald Reggie ||align=right| 669

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GUILBAULT, Jacques ||align=right|9,701
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ALIE, Fernand||align=right|4,238
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MAJOR, Julien||align=right|971
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MALLETTE, Lucien||align=right|705
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ABRAHAM, Joseph-Louis||align=right|314
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GRENIER, H.-Georges||align=right|311

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GUILBAULT, Jacques ||align=right|8,682
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LEFEBVRE, Armand ||align=right|3,213
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MÉTIVIER, Patricia ||align=right|1,696
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RYAN, Pierre ||align=right|1,598
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CLERMONT, Jean-Baptiste Bulldog ||align=right|208
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DEMERS, Claire ||align=right|151
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DAVIGNON, André ||align=right|97
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NOLET, G.-Paul ||align=right|41

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GUILBAULT, Jacques ||align=right|7,709
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CHEVRIER, Jean ||align=right|3,518
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BOURDOUXHE, Jean-Pierre ||align=right|1,313
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PELLETIER, Roger ||align=right|797
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CLERMONT, Jean B. ||align=right|154
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DEMERS, Claire ||align=right|146
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MATHIEU, Rhéal ||align=right|127

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GUILBAULT, Jacques ||align=right|20,520
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CHEVRIER, Jean ||align=right|3,704
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ROWLEY, David-André ||align=right|1,978
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LÉVESQUE, J. Alfred ||align=right|1,715
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DESCHAMPS, Balthazar Michel ||align=right|933
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CHAMPLIN, Robert ||align=right| 295
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DURAND, Claire bookstore ||align=right| 189
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MÉTIVIER, Patricia ||align=right|143
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ARNOLD, Auguste ||align=right| 104
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RAINVILLE, Serge ||align=right|84

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GUILBAULT, Jacques ||align=right|17,757
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CHEVRIER, Jean ||align=right|3,038
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MONETTE, Roger ||align=right|2,339
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TREMBLAY, Rodrigue Chocolat ||align=right|1,080
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LEBREUX, Raymonde ||align=right|224
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KRUSHELNYSKI, Marc ||align=right| 137
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GODARD, Hughette ||align=right| 120
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AUGUST, Arnold ||align=right| 96
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PAUQUET, Daniel ||align=right| 88
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MÉTIVIER, Patricia ||align=right| 55

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GUILBAULT, Jacques ||align=right|10,875
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DUGUAY, Lorraine ||align=right|10,291
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MOLTER, Mike ||align=right|4,057
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CORBEIL, Pierre dit Lagaffe ||align=right| 1,204
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LAROCHE, Denise ||align=right| 738
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ROY, Marianne ||align=right|152
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LANGEVIN, Robert ||align=right|116

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=640 Riding history (1952 - 1976) from the] Library of Parliament
* [http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/process/house/hfer/hfer.asp?Language=E&Search=Det&Include=Y&rid=641 Riding history (1977 - 1987) from the] Library of Parliament


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