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Suzanne Beauchamp Niquet

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Succeeded by  Benoit Bouchard
Role  Member of Parliament
Political party  Liberal
Spouse  Gaston Niquet

Religion  Roman Catholic
Party  Liberal Party of Canada
Name  Suzanne Beauchamp-Niquet
Resigned  1984
Preceded by  Charles-Arthur Gauthier
Born  11 August 1932 Russell, Ontario (1932-08-11)
Portfolio  Parliamentary Secretary to the Secretary of State for External Affairs (1983-1984)
Died  February 22, 2011, Dolbeau-Mistassini, Canada

Suzanne Beauchamp-Niquet (11 August 1932 – 22 February 2011) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. She was an administrator by career.

Born in Russell, Ontario, she attended schools in Vanier, Val d'Or and Abitibi-Jonquière. She also attended the Collège des Soeurs Grises de la Croix.

She was elected at the Roberval electoral district in the 1980 federal election and served in the 32nd Canadian Parliament. Following defeat in the 1984 federal election to Benoît Bouchard of the Progressive Conservative party, she left federal politics.

Beauchamp-Niquet also served as mayor of Dolbeau, Quebec from 1977 to 1981.


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