|Member of Parliament
May 1952 – February 1958
|Preceded by||Henri Gosselin|
|Succeeded by||Heward Grafftey|
12 June 1893|
|Died||9 March 1986
m 23 Feb 1927
He was first elected at the Brome—Missisquoi riding in a by-election on 26 May 1952 following the death of incumbent member Henri Gosselin. Deslières was re-elected there in the 1953 federal election and re-elected for another full term in 1957. After completing his term in the 23rd Canadian Parliament, he left federal politics and did not seek re-election in the 1958 election. His wife, Adelia Lebeau died aged 73 in 1966. She was buried in Sutton. Joseph Desliéres died in 1986 in Sutton.
- The Canadian directory of Parliament, 1867-1967 - Public Archives of Canada, J. Keith Johnson - Google Books. Retrieved 2012-10-15 – via Google Books.
- Quebec Death Index
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