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  St-Pierre, Christine
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AffiliationParti Libéral du Québec  
<-  2018-01-01  
 
NameChristine St-Pierre
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Born June 10, 1953 (68 years)
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InfoA veteran journalist at Radio Canada, Christine St-Pierre has been a researcher, research assistant and reporter for various radio and television stations in Montreal, Quebec City and Moncton. She was a parliamentary correspondent at the National Assembly from 1992 to 1997 and in Ottawa from 1997 to 2001. She was then Washington correspondent until 2005, when she returned to covering Parliament in Ottawa.

With her experience covering politics, Christine St-Pierre knows the issues and the needs of citizens. She studied social sciences and pursued graduate studies in demographics, economics and law. From 2001 to 2005 she was a communication union representative at Radio-Canada.


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  10/05/2018 PLQ Leadership - Interim Lost 0.00% (-100.00%)
  10/01/2018 QC National Assembly - Acadie Won 53.80% (+37.28%)
  04/23/2014 QC Minister of International Relations & La Francophonie Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  04/07/2014 QC National Assembly - Acadie Won 70.96% (+59.28%)
  09/04/2012 QC National Assembly - Acadie Won 55.65% (+38.19%)
  12/08/2008 QC National Assembly - Acadie Won 67.16% (+46.24%)
  03/26/2007 QC National Assembly - Acadie Won 60.09% (+43.46%)
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  05/11/2020 PLQ Leader Lost 0.00% (-100.00%)
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PLQ Leadership - Mar 17, 2013 PLQ Raymond Bachand