Frédéric Liguori Béique

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The Hon.
Frédéric Liguori Béique
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Senator for De Salaberry, Quebec
In office
1902–1933
Appointed by Wilfrid Laurier
Preceded by Joseph-Octave Villeneuve
Succeeded by Guillaume-André Fauteux
Personal details
Born (1845-05-20)May 20, 1845
St-Mathias, Canada East
Died September 12, 1933(1933-09-12) (aged 88)
Political party Liberal
Committees Chair, Special Committee on Civil Service (1924)

Frédéric Liguori Béique, PC (May 20, 1845 – September 12, 1933) was a Canadian lawyer and politician.

Born in Saint-Mathias, Quebec, he was trained as a lawyer and was called to the Quebec Bar in 1868. From 1899 to 1905, he was the president of the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society. In 1902, he was appointed to the Canadian Senate representing senatorial division of De Salaberry, Quebec. A Liberal, he served until his death in 1933. In 1932, Béique nominated Raoul Dandurand for the Nobel Prize in Peace.[1]

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  1. ^ "The Nomination Database for the Nobel Prize in Peace, 1901-1955". 

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