Quebec electoral district
Provincial electoral district
National Assembly of Quebec
Electors (2012)  47,249
Antoine-Labelle (all), Les Laurentides (part)
Amherst, Brébeuf, Chute-Saint-Philippe, Ferme-Neuve, Huberdeau, Kiamika, La Conception, La Macaza, La Minerve, Labelle, Lac-des-Écorces, Lac-du-Cerf, Lac-Saguay, Lac-Saint-Paul, Lac-Supérieur, Lac-Tremblant-Nord, L'Ascension, Mont-Laurier, Mont-Saint-Michel, Mont-Tremblant, Nominingue, Notre-Dame-de-Pontmain, Notre-Dame-du-Laus, Rivière-Rouge, Saint-Aimé-du-Lac-des-Îles, Sainte-Anne-du-Lac, Saint-Faustin−Lac-Carré; Baie-des-Chaloupes, Lac-Akonapwehikan, Lac-Bazinet, Lac-De La Bidière, Lac-de-la-Maison-de-Pierre, Lac-de-la-Pomme, Lac-Douaire, Lac-Ernest, Lac-Marguerite, Lac-Oscar, Lac-Wagwabika
Labelle is a provincial electoral district in the Laurentides region of Quebec, Canada that elects members to the National Assembly of Quebec. It includes the cities of Mont-Laurier, Mont-Tremblant, Rivière-Rouge, and various other municipalities.
It was originally created for the
1912 election from part of the Ottawa electoral district. Its final election was in 1970. It disappeared in the 1973 election and its successor electoral district was Laurentides-Labelle. However, Laurentides-Labelle disappeared in the 1981 election and its successor electoral district was the re-created Labelle.
In the change from the 2001 to the 2011 electoral map, its territory was unchanged.
The riding is named after
Antoine Labelle, the priest who help developed the Laurentides region north of Montreal during an economic crisis during the 1880s.
Members of the Legislative Assembly / National Assembly [ edit ]
Hyacinthe-Adélard Fortier, Liberal (1912–1917)
Honoré Achim, Liberal (1917–1921)
Désiré Lahaie, Liberal (1922–1923)
Pierre Lortie, Liberal (1923–1935)
Joseph-Henri-Albiny Paquette Action liberale nationale – Union Nationale (1935–1958)
Pierre Bohémier, Union Nationale (1958–1959)
Fernand Lafontaine, Union Nationale (1959–1973)
did not exist (1973–1981), see Laurentides-Labelle
Jacques Léonard, Parti Québécois (1981–1984) and Independent (1984–1985)
Damien Hétu, Liberal (1985–1989) Jacques Léonard, Parti Québécois (1989–2001)
Sylvain Pagé, Parti Québécois (2001–present)
Election results [ edit ]
This article needs to be updated. (September 2014)
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