ⓘ Bourassa-Sauvé


ⓘ Bourassa-Sauve

Bourassa-Sauve is a provincial electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It is located within Montreal and consists of most of the borough of Montreal-Nord.

It was created for the elections of 2003 from parts of Bourassa and Sauvé.

In contrast to the 2001 electoral map 2011 its territory was unchanged.

  • election from part of Bourassa electoral district. Its final election was in 1998. In the 2003 election, part of Bourassa and all of Sauve were combined again
  • provincial electoral district in Quebec Bourassa - Sauve provincial electoral district in Quebec People François Bourassa 1813 1898 was a Quebec farmer and
  • Its successor electoral districts were Bourassa - Sauve formed by merging part of Bourassa with all of Sauve electoral district and Cremazie. It was
  • represents the electoral district of Bourassa - Sauve as a member of the Quebec Liberal Party. Quebec election: Bourassa - Sauve results Global News, October
  • the Liberal Member of the National Assembly MNA for the Sauve riding, and for Bourassa - Sauve at the Quebec National Assembly from November 30, 1998 to
  • who was a member of the National Assembly of Quebec for the riding of Bourassa - Sauve from 2012 to 2018. She was first elected in the 2012 election as a member
  • either side of Sauve Street. This station is named for Sauve Street, named in 1912 for a landowner whose property the street crossed. Sauve station is a
  • federal riding of Bourassa except for a tiny southeastern corner in Honore - Mercier. The provincial electoral district of Bourassa - Sauve is coterminous with
  • He ran in Sauve in 1998 and received 192 votes 0.79 for a fourth place finish in 2003, he received 261 votes 0.79 in Bourassa - Sauve for a fifth - place