Saint-Jean-des-Piles, Quebec

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For homonymy, see Pile.
Main street in Saint-Jean-des-Piles
Main street in Saint-Jean-des-Piles

Saint-Jean-des-Piles (Canada 1996 Census population 693) is a community in the Canadian province of Quebec. Formerly a separate parish municipality in the Le Centre-de-la-Mauricie Regional County Municipality, it has been one of the seven sectors of the city of Shawinigan since the municipal amalgamation of January 1, 2002.

Mayors[edit]

From 1897 to 2001, Saint-Jean-des-Piles had its own mayor and its own city council. [1] The mayors were:

# Mayor Taking Office Leaving
1 Isidore Giguère 1897 1899
2 Euchariste Crête 1899 1899 [2]
1 Isidore Giguère 1899 1901
3 Joseph Richard 1901 1902
4 Narcisse Benoît 1902 1904
5 Euchariste Crête 1904 1910
6 Uldéric Beaulac 1910 1912
5 Euchariste Crête 1912 1913
7 Gédéon Béland 1913 1915
6 Uldéric Beaulac 1915 1931
8 Philippe-Arthur Doucet 1931 1933
6 Uldéric Beaulac 1933 1935
9 Donat Gélinas 1935 1939
10 Paul Cadorette 1939 1947
9 Donat Gélinas 1947 1949
10 Paul Cadorette 1949 1954
11 Maurice Bellemare [3] 1954 1957
12 Louis Lizotte 1957 1968
11 Maurice Bellemare 1968 1970
12 Louis Lizotte 1970 1972
13 Patrick Gentes 1972 1973
14 Jean-Marie Beaulac 1973 1979
15 Michel Lépine 1979 1996 [4]
16 Angèle Lépine-Rivard 1996 [5] Needs more research
17 Jean Trudel Needs more research 2001

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Source: Entre la rive et le destin : Saint-Jean-des-Piles : 1897-1997
  2. ^ Crête served less than two months. He was disqualified.
  3. ^ Bellemare served as the Union Nationale Member of the Legislative Assembly for the district of Champlain from 1944 to 1970.
  4. ^ Michel Lépine died in office.
  5. ^ Angèle Lépine-Rivard completed Michel Lépine's term as mayor.

Coordinates: 46°41′24″N 72°44′24″W / 46.690°N 72.740°W / 46.690; -72.740