Pierre Paradis (born 16 July 1950) is a politician in the Canadian province of Quebec. He has represented Brome-Missisquoi in the National Assembly of Quebec since 1980 as a member of the Liberal Party. Paradis was a cabinet minister in the governments of Robert Bourassa and Daniel Johnson, Jr., but has never been included in Jean Charest's cabinet.
Paradis's brother, Denis Paradis, is a federal politician who served in the governments of Jean Chrétien and Paul Martin. The Paradis brothers are political allies.
Read more about Pierre Paradis: Early Life and Career, Member of The Legislature, Leadership Candidate, House Leader of The Official Opposition, Government Backbencher, Federal Politics, Electoral Record
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... He finished well behind Liberal incumbent Pierre Paradis on both occasions ... Winner 1981 provincial Brome—Missisquoi Union Nationale 1,178 4.66 3/4 Pierre Paradis, Liberal 1989 provincial Brome—Missisquoi Parti 269. 1.09 5/7 Pierre Paradis, Liberal 1993 ...
... election, 2012 Brome-Missisquoi Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Pierre Paradis 13,841 33.02 -16.22 Coalition Avenir Québec Benoit Legault 13,538 32.3 ... Quebec general election, 2007 Brome-Missisquoi Party Candidate Votes % ±pp Liberal Pierre Paradis 14,182 39.85 -15.79 Action démocratique Jean L ... election, 2003 Brome-Missisquoi Party Candidate Votes % Liberal Pierre Paradis 18,546 55.64 Parti Québécois Lina Le Blanc 8,093 24.28 Action démocratique Pierre Plante 6,018 18.05 UFP Simon Gnocchini 509 1.53 ...
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—Unknown. Ubi Sunt Qui ante Nos Fuerunt? (L. 1620)