Arthur Tremblay

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The Hon.
Arthur Julien Tremblay
Senator for The Laurentides
In office
1979–1992
Appointed by Joe Clark
Preceded by Maurice Bourget
Succeeded by Raymond Setlakwe
Personal details
Born (1917-06-18)June 18, 1917
St-Bruno, Quebec
Died October 27, 1996(1996-10-27) (aged 79)
Political party Progressive Conservative
Committees Chair, Standing Committee on Social Affairs, Science and Technology (1984–1988)

Arthur Julien Tremblay, PC OC OQ (June 18, 1917 – October 27, 1996) was a Canadian politician.

Born in St-Bruno, Lac Saint-Jean, Quebec, he received a Master of Arts degree in 1942 from Université Laval and a Master of Education degree in 1945 from Harvard University.

In 1979, he was appointed by Joe Clark to the Senate representing the senatorial division of The Laurentides, Quebec. A Progressive Conservative, he retired on his 75th birthday in 1992.

In 1976, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada for "his contribution to the public service".[1] In 1991, he was made an Officer of the National Order of Quebec.

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