|Deputy Premier of Quebec|
October 11, 2017 – October 18, 2018
|Preceded by||Lise Thériault|
|Succeeded by||Geneviève Guilbault|
|Member of the National Assembly of Quebec for Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne|
|Assumed office |
November 9, 2015
|Preceded by||Marguerite Blais|
|Born||January 31, 1974|
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Coalition Avenir Québec (formerly)|
Dominique Anglade is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the National Assembly of Quebec in a by-election on November 9, 2015. She represents the electoral district of Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne as a member of the Quebec Liberal Party.
Anglade was formerly associated with the Coalition Avenir Québec. She ran as a CAQ candidate in Fabre in the 2012 election, losing to Gilles Ouimet, and served as the president of the CAQ from 2012 to 2013. She left that position to become CEO of Montreal International. She cited objections to the CAQ's positions on ethnic identity and immigration for her decision to leave the party and run for the Liberals. She is the daughter of academic Georges Anglade.
From 2016 to 2018 she was the Minister of Economic Development, Innovation and Export Trade.
|Quebec provincial by-election, 9 November 2015: Saint-Henri–Sainte-Anne|
|Parti Québécois||Gabrielle Lemieux||4,119||29.89||+7.99|
|Québec solidaire||Marie-Ève Rancourt||2,856||20.73||+10.04|
|Coalition Avenir Québec||Louis-Philippe Boulanger||717||5.20||-5.99|
|Option nationale||Luc Lefebvre||146||1.06||+0.46|
|Total valid votes||13,780||100.00||–|
|Total rejected ballots||115||0.83||-0.61|
|Quebec general election, 2012: Fabre|
|Parti Québécois||François-Gycelain Rocque||9,924||27.97||-6.59|
|Coalition Avenir Québec||Dominique Anglade||9,852||27.77||+16.46|
|Québec solidaire||Wilfried Cordeau||1,260||3.55||+0.78|
|Option nationale||Bruno Forget||388||1.09|
|Total valid votes||35,483||98.97||–|
|Total rejected ballots||371||1.03||–|
|Electors on the lists||47,199||–||–|
- "Élections partielles : Dominique Anglade élue dans Saint-Henri-Sainte-Anne". Le Journal de Montréal, November 9, 2015.
- "Dominique Anglade abandons CAQ over identity, immigration views". CBC News, September 25, 2015.
- "Former CAQ president Dominique Anglade will run for provincial Liberals". CBC News, September 24, 2015.
- "Qui est Dominique Anglade?". TVA, January 28, 2016.
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