ⓘ Louis-Hébert (electoral district)

                                     

ⓘ Louis-Hebert (electoral district)

Louis-Hebert is a federal electoral district in the Canadian province of Quebec. Represented in the House of Commons since 1968, its population was certified, according to the detailed statistics of 2001, as 98.156.

                                     
  • Louis - Hebert is a provincial electoral district in the Capitale - Nationale region of Quebec, Canada. It consists of part of the Sainte - Foy Sillery Cap - Rouge
  • and Louis - Hebert The riding lost a small fraction of territory to Charlesbourg - Haute - Saint - Charles and gained a small fraction from Louis - Hebert during
  • The riding gained a small fraction of territory from Louis - Hebert as a result of the 2012 electoral redistribution. According to the Canada 2011 Census
  • of Chauveau electoral district In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, it lost Saint - Augustin - de - Desmaures to Louis - Hebert and parts of
  • education. Born in Montmagny, Quebec, he was elected in the Louis - Hebert electoral district under the Bloc Quebecois party in the 1993 federal election
  • agriculture. Born in La Pocatiere, Quebec, she was elected in the Louis - Hebert electoral district under the Bloc Quebecois party in the 1997 general election
  • 1962. It disappeared in the 1966 election and its successor electoral district was Louis - Hebert John Hearn, Conservative Party 1867 1877 Richard Alleyn
  • found in Taschereau, while the modern Jean - Talon riding was entirely in Louis - Hebert at the time. The redistribution prior to the 1973 election saw the riding
  • him at St. Louis Cathedral by Archbishop Philip Hannan. Hebert is entombed beside his wife in Lake Lawn Park Mausoleum in New Orleans. Hebert is responsible
  • district boundaries. Some electoral districts in Quebec are named for historical figures rather than geography, e.g., Louis - Hebert Honore - Mercier. Similarly