Adrien D. Pouliot

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Adrien D. Pouliot
Adrien D. Pouliot.jpg
Leader of the
Conservative Party of Québec
Assumed office
February 23, 2013
Preceded by Albert De Martin (ad interim)
Personal details
Born Adrien D. Pouliot
c. 1958
Québec, Canada
Political party Conservative (Québec)
Relations Adrien Pouliot (grandfather)
Father Jean Pouliot
Alma mater Université de Sherbrooke
Occupation Businessperson, politician, lawyer

Adrien D. Pouliot (born c. 1958[1]) is a Québec businessman and politician. He is the leader of the Conservative Party of Québec since February 23, 2013.[2]

Biography[edit]

Adrien D. Pouliot is the son of Jean Pouliot, owner of CFCF inc. and founder of Télévision Quatre Saisons (TQS),[1] and the grandson of the mathematician Adrien Pouliot.[3] A lawyer by training, he has directed CFCF and TQS, has been the owner of several companies and from 1999 to 2007 was chairman of the board of directors of the Montreal Economic Institute, a free-market think tank.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Jean Adelard Pouliot, on the website of the Canadian Communications Foundation.
  2. ^ Adrien Pouliot becomes the leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec, on Canoe.ca, February 25, 2013.
  3. ^ Adrien Pouliot et l'Université, by Jacques Dufresne, on the Encyclopedia of the Agora.