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Francine Charbonneau

  • Minister responsible for Seniors and Anti-Bullying
  • Minister responsible for the Laval region

Place of birth: Montréal

Francine Charbonneau was trained in organizational communication. She worked in the education sector for several years with the Commission scolaire des Mille-Îles, which became the Commission scolaire de Laval, where she occupied strategic positions, in particular those of president and trustee. She led the Action scolaire de Laval team and was a member of the Commission régionale de développement of the Conférence régionale des élus (CRÉ) de Laval.

She was elected MNA for Mille-Îles riding for the first time in 2008. She served as parliamentary assistant to the Minister of Immigration and Cultural Communities, then the Minister of Families. During her political career, she has sat on several committees, including the Committee on Health and Social Services, the Committee on Culture and Education, the Select Committee on Dying with Dignity, and the Committee on Public Administration.

Ms. Charbonneau was re-elected in the April 7, 2014 general election. From April 23, 2014 to January 28, 2016, she was Minister of Families, Minister responsible for Seniors, Minister responsible for Anti-Bullying and Minister responsible for the Laval region.

Since, she is the Minister responsible for Seniors and for Anti-Bullying and Minister responsible for the Laval region.

Office

Ministère de la Famille
425, rue Saint-Amable
4e étage
Québec (Québec)  G1R 4Z1
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Phone: 418 643-2181
Fax: 418 643-2640

Chief of staff: Hélène Sauvageau
Press attaché: Marc Lapointe

Last update: November 29, 2017
Online as of: April 24, 2014


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