Alexis Caron

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For the judge and politician in Lower Canada, see Alexis Caron (Lower Canada politician).
Alexis Pierre Caron
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Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Hull
In office
1935–1936
Preceded by Aimé Guertin
Succeeded by Alexandre Taché
In office
1939–1944
Preceded by Alexandre Taché
Succeeded by Alexandre Taché
Mayor of Hull, Quebec
In office
April 1953 – April 1955
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Hull
In office
August 1953 – August 1966
Preceded by Alphonse Fournier
Succeeded by Pierre Caron
Personal details
Born 8 March 1899
Hull, Quebec
Died 31 August 1966(1966-08-31) (aged 67)
Ottawa, Ontario
Political party Liberal
Other political
affiliations
Quebec Liberal Party
Spouse(s) Germaine Thibault (m. 10 September 1924)
Profession insurance broker
Committees Federal:
Chair, Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections (1963)
Portfolio Federal:
Parliamentary Secretary to the Postmaster General (1964-1965)
Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister (1963-1964)

Alexis Pierre Caron (8 March 1899 – 31 August 1966) was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Hull, Quebec and became an insurance broker by career.

He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec at the Hull provincial riding in 1935 for the Quebec Liberal Party, then defeated in 1936, returned in 1939, defeated again in 1944 and 1948.

Caron was mayor of Hull, Quebec from April 1953 to April 1955. During this time, he entered national politics by winning the Hull riding in the 1953 federal election. He was then re-elected there in the 1957, 1958, 1962, 1963 and 1965 federal elections. Caron ended his Parliamentary career in 1966 shortly before his death during his term in the 27th Canadian Parliament.

Caron was Liberal party whip in 1963.

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