Eugène Paquet

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The Hon.
Eugène Paquet
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Senator for Lauzon, Quebec
In office
Appointed by R. B. Bennett
Preceded by Henri Sévérin Béland
Succeeded by Léonard Tremblay
Member of the Canadian Parliament
for L'Islet
In office
Preceded by Onésiphore Carbonneau
Succeeded by Fernand Fafard
Personal details
Born (1867-10-23)23 October 1867
St-Agapit, Quebec
Died 8 May 1951(1951-05-08) (aged 83)
Political party Conservative

Eugène Paquet, PC (23 October 1867 – 8 May 1951) was a Canadian parliamentarian.

Paquet was born in St-Agapit, Quebec, and prior to entering politics studied medicine and practised as a physician. A Conservative, he was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons as Member of Parliament for the Quebec electoral district of L'Islet in the Canadian federal election of 1904, a seat he was to successfully defend in 1908 and 1911. However, he was defeated in the elections of 1921 and 1926. In recognition of his service to the party, he was appointed to the Canadian Senate on 14 August 1935 on the recommendation of Richard Bennett. He represented the senatorial division of Lauzon, Quebec until his death.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Raymond Ducharme Morand (acting)
Minister presiding over the Department of Health
Succeeded by
James Horace King