Joseph Brunet

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Joseph Brunet
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for St. James
In office
1902–1904
Preceded by Odilon Desmarais
Succeeded by Honoré Hippolyte Achille Gervais
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Montréal division no. 2
In office
1890–1892
Preceded by District was created in 1890
Succeeded by Olivier-Maurice Augé
Personal details
Born November 26, 1834
St. Vincent de Paul, Lower Canada
Died April 17, 1904
Montreal, Quebec
Nationality British subject
Political party Liberal
Occupation businessman

Joseph Brunet (November 26, 1834 – April 17, 1904) was a politician and businessman.

Born in St. Vincent de Paul, Lower Canada, Brunet was an alderman for Montreal for two terms between 1872 and 1877 and 1886 to 1902. He was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Quebec as a member of the Quebec Liberal Party to represent Montréal division no. 2 in the 1890 Quebec general election. He was defeated when he ran for re-election in 1892.

He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons as a Member of the Liberal Party in a by-election on January 15, 1902 to represent the riding of St. James. His election was declared void on December 22, 1902.

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