Isidore-Noël Belleau

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Isidore Noël Belleau
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Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Lévis
In office
1883 – 1885
Preceded by Joseph-Godéric Blanchet
Succeeded by Pierre Malcom Guay
Personal details
Born March 7, 1848
Deschambault, Canada East
Died May 7, 1936
Nationality Canadian
Political party Conservative Party
Relations Isidore Belleau (Father)
Marie-Désanges Pagé (Mother)
Occupation director
Website Parliament of Canada biography

Isidore Noël Belleau (March 7, 1848 in Deschambault, Canada West – May 7, 1936) was a Canadian politician, director, editor and lawyer. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons in an 1883 by-election to represent the riding of Lévis. He was also defeated in the elections of 1874 for Portneuf and 1887 for Bellechasse. He was elected as mayor of Lévis, Quebec between 1891 and 1895. His son-in-law, Émile Fortin, was a senator and member of parliament.

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