Aimé Boucher

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Aimé Boucher
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for Yamaska
In office
1921–1935
Preceded by Joseph Ernest Oscar Gladu
Succeeded by electoral district was abolished in 1933, when it was re-distributed into Nicolet—Yamaska, Drummond—Arthabaska and Richelieu—Verchères
Personal details
Born July 23, 1877
Pierreville, Quebec, Canada
Died September 9, 1946
Nationality British subject
Political party Liberal
Occupation Civil law notary
Website

Aimé Boucher (July 23, 1877, Pierreville, Quebec, Canada – September 9, 1946) was a Canadian politician and notary. He represented riding of Yamaska in the Canadian House of Commons.

Boucher was the son of Wilfrid G. Boucher and Sophia Gill. He was educated at the Seminaire de Nicolet. In 1917, he married Marguerite, the daughter of Jules Allard.[1] He was elected to the House of Commons in 1921 in a by-election as a Member of the Liberal Party to represent Yamaska. Boucher was re-elected in 1921, 1925, 1926, 1930 and 1933 after the last election was declared void in 1932.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Normandin, AL Canadian Parliamentary Guide, 1934