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Sauvé (provincial electoral district)

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District created  1972
Last contested  1998
District abolished  2001
First contested  1973
Census subdivisions  Montreal (part)
Legislature  National Assembly of Quebec
Census divisions  Urban agglomeration of Montreal (part), Montreal (part)

Sauvé was a former provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of Quebec.

It included part of the city and later borough of Montréal-Nord.

It was created for the 1973 election from part of Bourassa electoral district. Its final election was in 1998. In the 2003 election, part of Bourassa and all of Sauvé were combined again to create Bourassa-Sauvé.

It was named after former Quebec Premier Paul Sauvé, who led the province for 100 days in 1959 after the death of Maurice Duplessis, until his own death.

Members of the National Assembly

  • Jacques-Yvan Morin, Parti Québécois (1973–1984)
  • Marcel Parent, Liberal (1984–1998)
  • Line Beauchamp, Liberal (1998–2003) (Was re-elected in Bourassa-Sauvé in 2003).
  • References

    Sauvé (provincial electoral district) Wikipedia


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