Who leads the Parti Quebecois?

Parti Québécois
Leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon
President Dieudonné Ella Oyono
Founded 11 October 1968
Merger of Mouvement Souveraineté-Association, Ralliement national, Rassemblement pour l’Indépendance Nationale

Who is John Sheree?

Jean Charest

The Honourable Jean Charest PC
Born John James Charest June 24, 1958 Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
Political party Conservative (federal) Quebec Liberal (provincial)
Other political affiliations Progressive Conservative (before 2003)
Spouse(s) Michèle Dionne ​ ( m. 1980)​

How old is John Charest?

63 years (June 24, 1958)Jean Charest / Age

How old is Pierre Poilievre?

42 years (June 3, 1979)Pierre Poilievre / Age

Who was Rene Levesque?

He again served as a war correspondent for the CBC in the Korean War in 1952. After that, he was offered a career in journalism in the United States, but decided to stay in Canada. From 1956 to 1959, Lévesque became famous in Quebec for hosting a weekly television news program on Radio-Canada called Point de Mire.

What politician who was elected as the Parti Québécois leader in 1988 revived the nationalist spirit and led Quebec to the 1995 referendum?

Lucien Bouchard

The Honourable Lucien Bouchard PC GOQ
Personal details
Born December 22, 1938 Saint-Cœur-de-Marie, Quebec, Canada
Political party Parti Québécois (provincial, 1990–2010) Bloc Québécois (federal, 1990–2010)
Other political affiliations Progressive Conservative (federal, c. 1984–1990)

How old is Michele Dionne?

64 years (July 22, 1957)Michèle Dionne / Age

Where is Jean Charest from?

Sherbrooke, CanadaJean Charest / Place of birth

Is Pierre Poilievre married?

Anaida PoilievrePierre Poilievre / Spouse (m. 2018)

Is Rene Levesque dead?

November 1, 1987René Lévesque / Date of death

Who is Robert Bourassa?

Robert Bourassa, GOQ (French pronunciation: ​[ʁɔbɛʁ buʁasa]; July 14, 1933 – October 2, 1996) was a Canadian lawyer and politician who served as the 22nd premier of Quebec from 1970 to 1976 and from 1985 to 1994. A member of the Liberal Party of Quebec, he served a total of just under 15 years as premier.