Sauvé (provincial electoral district)


Sauvé (provincial electoral district)

Sauvé was a provincial electoral district in the Canadian province of Quebec. Located in the Montreal region, the riding was created after the 1970 elections after being split from the now-defunct Bourassa riding since its creation in 1966. The two ridings were merged once again in 2003 creating the riding of Bourassa-Sauvé. The riding was named after former Quebec Premier, Paul Sauvé who led the province for 100 days in 1959 after the death of Maurice Duplessis

Members of National Assembly

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

References

* [http://www.quebecpolitique.com/election/comtes/c-sauve.html Election results]


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