Élie Beauregard

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Élie Beauregard
Senator for Rougemont, Quebec
In office
1940–1954
Preceded byRodolphe Lemieux
Succeeded byHenri Courtemanche
Personal details
Born(1884-07-08)July 8, 1884
La Patrie, Quebec, Canada
DiedAugust 27, 1954(1954-08-27) (aged 70)
Political partyLiberal
PortfolioSpeaker of the Senate (1949-1953)

Élie Beauregard, PC (July 8, 1884 – August 27, 1954) was a Canadian lawyer and politician.[1]

Born in La Patrie, Quebec, he studied law and was admitted to the Bar of Quebec in 1909. Active in the Liberal Party of Canada in Quebec, he was called to the Senate of Canada in 1940 representing the senatorial division of Rougemont, Quebec. He died in office in 1954. From 1949 to 1953, he was the Speaker of the Senate of Canada.

References

  1. ^ Jean-Guy Genest Godbout Page 354 "Le sénateur Élie Beauregard, qui était organisateur du Parti libéral pour la région de Montréal, eut sans doute son mot à dire dans la désignation de Perrier comme candidat (Wilfrid Girouard, entrevue, 28 août 1975)"