Charles Arthur Gauvreau
|Charles Arthur Gauvreau|
|Member of the Canada Parliament
November 6, 1897 – October 9, 1924
|Preceded by||Charles Eugène Pouliot|
|Succeeded by||Jean-François Pouliot|
September 29, 1860|
L'Isle-Verte, Canada East
|Died||October 9, 1924(aged 64)|
Charles Arthur Gauvreau (September 29, 1860 – October 9, 1924) was a Canadian author, notary, and politician.
Born in L'Isle-Verte, Canada East, Gauvreau was educated at the College of Rimouski and Laval University. A notary, he was the author of Captive et Bourreau, Les épreuves d'un orphelin, and Histoire de Trois-Pistoles. He was first elected to Canadian House of Commons for the electoral district of Témiscouata in an 1897 by-election. A Liberal, he was re-elected in 1900, 1904, 1908, 1911, 1917, and 1921. He died in office in 1924.
- Charles Arthur Gauvreau – Parliament of Canada biography
- The Canadian Parliament; biographical sketches and photo-engravures of the senators and members of the House of Commons of Canada. Being the tenth Parliament, elected November 3, 1904
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