List of mayors of Quebec City

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The Mayor of Quebec has been the highest elected official of the Quebec City government since the incorporation of the city in 1832.

List[edit]

The following is a list of the Mayors of Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.[1]

Name From To Duration Political party
1 Elzéar Bédard May 1, 1833 March 31, 1834 10 months and 30 days N/A
2 René-Édouard Caron March 31, 1834 April 9, 1836 2 years and 9 days N/A
René-Édouard Caron August 15, 1840 February 9, 1846 5 years and 179 days N/A
3 George O'Kill Stuart February 9, 1846 February 11, 1850 4 years and 2 days N/A
4 Narcisse-Fortunat Belleau February 11, 1850 February 14, 1853 3 years and 3 days N/A
5 Ulric-Joseph Tessier February 14, 1853 February 13, 1854 364 days N/A
6 Charles Joseph Alleyn February 13, 1854 February 12, 1855 364 days N/A
7 Joseph Morrin February 12, 1855 January 22, 1856 323 days N/A
8 Olivier Robitaille January 22, 1856 January 19, 1857 363 days N/A
9 Joseph Morrin (second term) January 19, 1857 January 18, 1858 364 days N/A
10 Sir Hector-Louis Langevin January 19, 1858 January 22, 1861 3 years and 3 days N/A
11 Thomas Pope January 22, 1861 January 29, 1863 2 years and 7 days N/A
12 Adolphe Guillet dit Tourangeau July 3, 1863 January 12, 1866 2 years and 6 months and 9 days N/A
13 Joseph-Édouard Cauchon January 12, 1866 January 10, 1868 1 year and 11 months and 29 days N/A
14 John Lemesurier January 10, 1868 November 12, 1869 1 year and 10 months and 2 days N/A
15 William Hossak November 12, 1869 January 7, 1870 1 month and 25 days N/A
16 Adolphe Guillet dit Tourangeau (second term) January 10, 1870 May 2, 1870 3 months and 23 days N/A
17 Pierre Garneau May 2, 1870 May 4, 1874 4 years and 2 days N/A
18 Owen Murphy May 4, 1874 May 6, 1878 4 years and 2 days N/A
19 Robert Chambers May 4, 1878 May 3, 1880 1 year and 11 months and 30 days N/A
20 Jean-Docile Brousseau May 3, 1880 May 1, 1882 1 year and 11 months and 29 days N/A
21 Sir François-Charles-Stanislas Langelier May 1, 1882 March 1, 1890 7 years and 10 months N/A
22 Jules-Joseph-Taschereau Frémont March 1, 1890 April 2, 1894 4 years and 1 month and 1 day N/A
23 Simon-Napoléon Parent April 2, 1894 January 12, 1906 11 years and 9 months and 10 days N/A
24 Georges Tanguay January 12, 1906 March 1, 1906 1 month and 20 days N/A
25 Sir Jean-Georges Garneau March 1, 1906 March 1, 1910 4 years N/A
26 Olivier-Napoléon Drouin March 1, 1910 March 1, 1916 6 years N/A
27 Henri-Edgar Lavigueur March 1, 1916 February 20, 1920 3 years and 11 months and 19 days N/A
28 Joseph-Octave Samson March 1, 1920 March 1, 1926 6 years N/A
29 Valmont Martin March 1, 1926 December 7, 1927 1 year and 9 months and 6 days N/A
30 Télesphore Simard December 7, 1927 March 1, 1928 2 months and 25 days N/A
31 Joseph-Oscar Auger March 1, 1928 March 1, 1930 2 years N/A
32 Henri-Edgar Lavigueur (second term) February 26, 1930 January 26, 1934 3 years and 11 months N/A
33 Joseph-Ernest Grégoire March 1, 1934 March 1, 1938 4 years N/A
34 Lucien-Hubert Borne March 1, 1938 November 17, 1953 15 years and 8 months and 16 days N/A
35 Wilfrid Hamel December 15, 1953 December 1, 1965 11 years and 11 months and 17 days N/A
36 Gilles Lamontagne December 1, 1965 December 1, 1977 12 years P.C.
37 Jean Pelletier December 1, 1977 November 5, 1989 11 years and 11 months and 4 days P.C.
38 Jean-Paul L'Allier November 5, 1989 January 1, 2006 16 years, 1 month and 26 days R.P. (until 2001)
R.M.Q. (after 2001)
39 Andrée Boucher November 6, 2005 August 24, 2007 [2] 1 year, 9 months and 18 days Ind.
40 Jacques Joli-Coeur August 24, 2007 December 8, 2007 3 months and 14 days R.M.Q.
41 Régis Labeaume December 8, 2007 [3] incumbent current Ind. (2007-2009)

l'Équipe Labeaume (2009- current)

Facts[edit]

  • The first woman mayor of Quebec City was elected in 2005, 180 years after the creation of the city.
  • Mayor Jean-Paul L'Allier has been the longest-serving mayor in the city's history, serving more than 16 years.
  • The city was administered by a justice of the peace from 1836 to 1840.
  • Party politics was introduced to city politics in the 1960s by Gilles Lamontagne's Progrès civique de Québec.

Legend[edit]

N/A : Non applicable

P.C. : Progrès civique de Québec

R.P. : Rassemblement populaire

Ind. : Independent

R.M.Q. : Renouveau municipal de Québec

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