|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Quebec for Montmagny|
1935 – 1939
|Preceded by||Charles-Abraham Paquet|
|Succeeded by||Fernand Choquette|
|Mayor of Quebec City|
|Preceded by||Henri-Edgar Lavigueur|
|Succeeded by||Lucien-Hubert Borne|
July 31, 1886|
|Died||September 17, 1980
Quebec City, Quebec
Mayor of Quebec
Grégoire ran for mayor in Quebec City in 1934 and won, defeating Pierre Bertrand. He was reelected in the 1936 election, defeating Lucien Borne. He ran again in the 1938 election, but this time he was defeated by Lucien Borne.
Member of the legislature
In 1937, he and colleagues René Chaloult, Oscar Drouin, Philippe Hamel and Adolphe Marcoux left the Union Nationale. They founded a short-lived party that was called Parti national. Grégoire did not run for re-election in 1939.
He died on September 17, 1980.
He was the father of Gilles Grégoire.
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