List of Quebec senators

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This is a list of members of the Canadian Senate from the province of Quebec.

Quebec has 24 permanent Senate divisions that are fixed and represented by one member, unlike other provinces where no such divisions legally exist. Senators must also either own property worth $4,000 or maintain a residence in their division.

Current Quebec senators[edit]

Name Current Affiliation Division Date appointed Appointed by1 On the advice of Mandatory retirement
  Bellemare, DianeDiane Bellemare Non-affiliated Alma September 6, 2012 Johnston Harper October 13, 2024
  Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu Conservative La Salle January 29, 2010 Jean Harper February 12, 2024
  Patrick Brazeau Non-affiliated (ISG) Repentigny January 8, 2009 Jean Harper November 11, 2049
  Claude Carignan Conservative Mille Isles August 27, 2009 Jean Harper December 4, 2039
  Jean-Guy Dagenais Conservative Victoria January 17, 2012 Johnston Harper February 2, 2025
  Dennis Dawson Liberal Lauzon August 2, 2005 Clarkson Martin September 28, 2024
  Jacques Demers Non-affiliated (ISG) Rigaud August 27, 2009 Jean Harper August 25, 2019
  Renée Dupuis Non-affiliated (ISG) The Laurentides November 10, 2016 Johnston J. Trudeau January 17, 2024
  Éric Forest Non-affiliated (ISG) Gulf November 21, 2016 Johnston J. Trudeau April 6, 2027
  Joan Fraser Liberal De Lorimier September 17, 1998 LeBlanc Chrétien October 12, 2019
  Rosa Galvez Non-affiliated (ISG) Bedford December 6, 2016 Johnston J. Trudeau June 21, 2042
  Marc Gold Non-affiliated (ISG) Stadacona November 25, 2016 Johnston J. Trudeau June 30, 2025
  Leo Housakos Conservative Wellington January 8, 2009 Jean Harper January 10, 2043
  Serge Joyal Liberal Kennebec November 26, 1997 LeBlanc Chrétien February 1, 2020
  Ghislain Maltais Conservative Shawinigan January 6, 2012 Johnston Harper April 22, 2019
  Paul Massicotte Liberal De Lanaudière June 26, 2003 Clarkson Chrétien September 10, 2026
  Marie-Françoise Mégie Non-affiliated (ISG) Rougemont November 25, 2016 Johnston J. Trudeau September 21, 2025
  Petitclerc, ChantalChantal Petitclerc Non-affiliated (ISG) Grandville April 1, 2016 Johnston J. Trudeau December 15, 2044
  Pratte, AndréAndré Pratte Non-affiliated (ISG) De Salaberry April 1, 2016 Johnston J. Trudeau May 12, 2032
  Saint-Germain, RaymondeRaymonde Saint-Germain Non-affiliated (ISG) De la Vallière November 25, 2016 Johnston J. Trudeau October 7, 2026
  Judith Seidman Conservative De la Durantaye August 27, 2009 Jean Harper September 1, 2025
  Larry Smith Conservative Saurel May 25, 2011 Johnston Harper April 28, 2026
  Josée Verner Non-affiliated (ISG) Montarville June 13, 2011 Johnston Harper December 30, 2034
  Charlie Watt Liberal Inkerman January 16, 1984 Schreyer P. E. Trudeau June 29, 2019

1 Senators are appointed by the Governor-General of Canada on the recommendation of the prime minister listed.

Members by Senate division[edit]

The boundaries for all Quebec districts are mandated in the Constitution Act 1867 and cannot change without a constitutional amendment. The boundaries are described in the 1859 Consolidated Statutes of Canada.[1]

Self-designated Senate divisions can be used by senators appointed under the Regional Expansion Clause Section 26 of the Constitution Act 1867. This clause can be used to increase the Senate seats by one or two senators for each region (Ontario, Quebec, the Maritimes and the Western Provinces). Prime Minister Brian Mulroney is the only one to use this clause, on September 27, 1990.

Self-designated[edit]

  Name Affiliation Division Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Normand Grimard Progressive Conservative Quebec September 27, 1990 Hnatyshyn Mulroney June 16, 2000 Retirement
  Thérèse Lavoie-Roux Progressive Conservative Acadie September 27, 1990 Hnatyshyn Mulroney March 12, 2001 Resignation

Alma[edit]

The Alma Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Parishes of Long Point, Pointe-aux-Trembles, Rivière des Prairies, Sault aux Récollets, in the county of Hochelaga, and that part of the Parish of Montreal which lies to the East of the prolongation of St. Denis Street; the County of Laval, that part of the City of Montreal which lies to the East of Bonsécours and St. Denis Streets, and their prolongation."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  James Leslie Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation December 6, 1873 Death
  Edward Goff Penny Liberal March 13, 1874 Dufferin Mackenzie October 11, 1881 Death
  Alexander Walker Ogilvie Conservative December 24, 1881 Lorne Macdonald January 18, 1901 Resignation
  Robert Mackay Liberal January 21, 1901 Minto Laurier December 25, 1916 Death
  George Green Foster Conservative July 27, 1917 Devonshire Borden May 1, 1931 Death
  Charles Ballantyne Conservative February 3, 1932 Bessborough Bennett October 19, 1950 Death
  Progressive Conservative December 11, 1942
  Hartland Molson Independent July 28, 1955 Massey St. Laurent May 31, 1993 Resignation
  David Angus Progressive Conservative June 10, 1993 Hnatyshyn Mulroney July 21, 2012 Retirement
  Conservative February 2, 2004
  Bellemare, DianeDiane Bellemare Conservative September 6, 2012 Johnston Harper Incumbent
  Independent March 8, 2016

Bedford[edit]

The Bedford Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Missisquoi, Brome, and Shefford."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Asa Belknap Foster Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation January 1, 1874 Resignation
  Gardner Green Stevens Liberal February 12, 1876 Dufferin Mackenzie April 15, 1892 Death
  George Barnard Baker Liberal-Conservative January 7, 1896 Aberdeen Bowell February 9, 1910 Death
  Rufus Henry Pope Conservative November 14, 1911 Connaught Borden May 16, 1944 Death
  Jacob Nicol Liberal July 14, 1944 Athlone King September 23, 1958 Death
  Louis-Philippe Beaubien Progressive Conservative November 16, 1960 Vanier Diefenbaker March 28, 1985 Death
  Paul David Progressive Conservative April 16, 1985 Sauvé Mulroney December 25, 1994 Retirement
  Céline Hervieux-Payette Liberal March 21, 1995 LeBlanc Chrétien April 22, 2016 Retirement
  Rosa Galvez Non-affiliated December 6, 2016 Johnston Trudeau, J. Incumbent

De la Durantaye[edit]

The De la Durantaye Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the County of L'Islet, the countie[s] of Montmagny and Bellechasse and the Parishes of St. Joseph, St. Henri and Notre Dame de la Victoire, in the County of Lévi." The demarcation of the Grandville Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes the "remainder of the County of L'Islet".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Joseph-Noël Bossé Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation January 1, 1868 Resignation
  Jean-Charles Chapais Conservative January 30, 1868 Monck Macdonald July 17, 1885 Death
  John Jones Ross Conservative April 12, 1887 Lansdowne Macdonald May 4, 1901 Death
  Alphonse Déchêne Liberal May 13, 1901 Minto Laurier May 1, 1902 Death
  Jules Tessier Liberal March 12, 1903 Minto Laurier January 6, 1934 Death
  Émile Fortin Conservative August 14, 1935 Bessborough Bennett May 18, 1936 Death
  Fernand Fafard Liberal January 29, 1940 Tweedsmuir King May 14, 1955 Death
  Jean-François Pouliot Liberal July 28, 1955 Massey St. Laurent June 28, 1968 Resignation
  Louis Giguère Liberal September 10, 1968 Michener Trudeau, P. E. December 18, 1986 Retirement
  Jean Bazin Progressive Conservative December 29, 1986 Sauvé Mulroney December 8, 1989 Resignation
  Mario Beaulieu Progressive Conservative August 30, 1990 Hnatyshyn Mulroney June 22, 1994 Resignation
  Lise Bacon Liberal September 15, 1994 Hnatyshyn Chrétien August 25, 2009 Retirement
  Judith Seidman Conservative August 27, 2009 Jean Harper Incumbent

De la Vallière[edit]

The De la Vallière Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Nicolet and Yamaska, the Townships of Wendover, Grantham, and the part of Upton which lies in the County of Drummond."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Charles-Christophe Malhiot Liberal October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation November 9, 1874 Death
  Anselme-Homère Pâquet Liberal February 9, 1875 Dufferin Mackenzie December 22, 1891 Death
  Auguste-Réal Angers Conservative December 16, 1892 Stanley Thompson June 10, 1896 Resignation
  Alfred Thibaudeau Liberal August 22, 1896 Aberdeen Laurier August 15, 1926 Death
  Donat Raymond Liberal December 20, 1926 Willingdon King June 5, 1963 Death
  Romuald Bourque Liberal July 6, 1963 Vanier Pearson August 14, 1974 Death
  Jean Marchand Liberal December 9, 1976 Léger Trudeau, P. E. December 15, 1983 Resignation
  Pierre de Bané Liberal June 29, 1984 Sauvé Trudeau, P. E. August 2, 2013 Retirement
  Raymonde Saint-Germain Independent November 25, 2016 Johnston Trudeau, J. Incumbent

De Lanaudière[edit]

The De Lanaudière Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the County of Maskinongé, the Counties of Berthier and Joliette, with the exception of the Parish of St. Paul, the Township of Kidldare and its augmentation, and the Township of Cathcart". The demarcation of the Shawinigan Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes the "remainder of the County of Maskinongé".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Louis Auguste Olivier Liberal October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation September 8, 1873 Resignation
  Joseph-Hyacinthe Bellerose Conservative October 7, 1873 Dufferin Macdonald August 13, 1899 Death
  Joseph Philippe Baby Casgrain Liberal January 29, 1900 Minto Laurier January 6, 1939 Death
  Édouard-Charles St-Père Liberal February 9, 1940 Tweedsmuir King January 31, 1950 Death
  Sarto Fournier Liberal June 12, 1953 Massey St. Laurent July 23, 1980 Death
  Thomas Lefebvre Liberal July 9, 1984 Sauvé Turner November 20, 1992 Death
  In abeyance - the appointment of Thérèse Lavoie-Roux to the temporary division of Acadie under section 26 of the Constitution Act, 1867 required this division be left vacant between Lefebvre's death and Lavoie-Roux's retirement on March 12, 2001
  Paul Massicotte Liberal June 26, 2003 Clarkson Chrétien Incumbent

De Lorimier[edit]

The De Lorimier Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of St. John and Napierville; St. Jean Chrysostôme and Russeltown in the County of Chateauguay; Hemmingford in the County of Huntingdon."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Jacques-Olivier Bureau Liberal October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation February 7, 1883 Death
  Alexandre Lacoste Conservative January 11, 1884 Lansdowne Macdonald September 13, 1891 Resignation
  Alphonse Desjardins Conservative October 1, 1892 Stanley Abbott June 16, 1896 Resignation
  François Béchard Liberal July 17, 1896 Aberdeen Laurier April 13, 1897 Death
  Raoul Dandurand Liberal January 22, 1898 Aberdeen Laurier March 11, 1942 Death
  Thomas Vien Liberal October 5, 1942 Athlone King April 1, 1968 Resignation
  Raymond Eudes Liberal April 8, 1968 Michener Pearson October 25, 1980 Death
  Philippe Gigantès Liberal January 13, 1984 Schreyer Trudeau, P. E. August 16, 1998 Retirement
  Joan Fraser Liberal September 17, 1998 LeBlanc Chrétien Incumbent

De Salaberry[edit]

The De Salaberry Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the County of Chateauguay, the remainder of the County of Huntingdon, and the County of Beauharnois." The demarcation of the De Lorimier Senate division provides an explanation of which parishes are excluded from the De Salaberry Senate division.

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Louis Renaud Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation October 1, 1873 Resignation
  François-Xavier-Anselme Trudel Conservative October 31, 1873 Dufferin Macdonald January 17, 1890 Death
  Joseph Tassé Conservative February 9, 1891 Stanley Macdonald January 17, 1895 Death
  Joseph-Octave Villeneuve Conservative January 2, 1896 Aberdeen Bowell June 27, 1901 Death
  Frédéric Liguori Béique Liberal February 7, 1902 Minto Laurier September 12, 1933 Death
  Guillaume-André Fauteux Conservative December 30, 1933 Bessborough Bennett September 10, 1940 Death
  Léon Mercier Gouin Liberal November 7, 1940 Athlone King March 18, 1976 Resignation
  Yvette Boucher Rousseau Liberal March 27, 1979 Schreyer Trudeau, P. E. March 17, 1988 Death
  Jean-Marie Poitras Progressive Conservative September 26, 1988 Sauvé Mulroney May 25, 1993 Resignation
  Pierre Claude Nolin Progressive Conservative June 18, 1993 Hnatyshyn Mulroney April 23, 2015 Death
  Conservative February 2, 2004
  André Pratte Independent April 1, 2016 Johnston Trudeau, J. Incumbent

Grandville[edit]

The Grandville Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Temiscouata and Kamouraska, the Parishes of St. Roch des Aulnets and St. Jean Port Joli, and the prolongation thereof in a straight line to the Province Line in the County of L'Islet."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Luc Letellier de St-Just Nationalist Liberal October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation December 15, 1876 Resignation
  Charles Pelletier Liberal February 2, 1877 Dufferin Mackenzie September 1, 1904 Resignation
  Philippe-Auguste Choquette Liberal September 30, 1904 Minto Laurier December 29, 1919 Resignation
  Thomas Chapais Conservative December 31, 1919 Devonshire Borden July 15, 1946 Death
  Paul Henri Bouffard Liberal December 27, 1946 Alexander King February 16, 1966 Death
  Léopold Langlois Liberal July 8, 1966 Vanier Pearson October 2, 1988 Retirement
  John Lynch-Staunton Progressive Conservative September 23, 1990 Hnatyshyn Mulroney June 19, 2005 Retirement
  Conservative February 2, 2004
  Andrée Champagne Conservative August 2, 2005 Clarkson Martin July 17, 2014 Retirement
  Chantal Petitclerc Independent April 1, 2016 Johnston Trudeau, J. Incumbent

Gulf[edit]

The Gulf Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Gaspé, Bonaventure and Rimouski."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Ulric-Joseph Tessier Liberal October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation February 11, 1873 Resignation
  Eugène Chinic Conservative April 10, 1873 Dufferin Macdonald November 3, 1882 Resignation
  Louis Robitaille Conservative February 8, 1883 Lorne Macdonald December 28, 1884 Resignation
  Théodore Robitaille Conservative January 29, 1885 Lansdowne Macdonald August 17, 1897 Death
  Jean-Baptiste Romuald Fiset Liberal October 20, 1897 Aberdeen Laurier January 5, 1917 Death
  David Ovide L'Espérance Conservative July 26, 1917 Devonshire Borden August 31, 1941 Death
  Joseph Arthur Lesage Liberal March 3, 1944 Athlone King March 9, 1950 Death
  Charles Gavan Power Liberal July 28, 1955 Massey St. Laurent May 30, 1968 Death
  Paul C. Lafond Liberal October 7, 1970 Michener Trudeau, P. E. May 27, 1988 Death
  Roch Bolduc Progressive Conservative September 26, 1988 Sauvé Mulroney September 10, 2003 Retirement
  Roméo Dallaire Liberal March 24, 2005 Clarkson Martin June 17, 2014 Resignation
  Éric Forest Non-affiliated November 21, 2016 Johnston Trudeau, J. Incumbent

Inkerman[edit]

The Inkerman Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Argenteuil, Ottawa and Pontiac."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  John Hamilton Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation May 1, 1887 Resignation
  John Abbott Liberal-Conservative May 12, 1887 Lansdowne Macdonald October 30, 1893 Death
  William Owens Conservative January 2, 1896 Aberdeen Bowell June 8, 1917 Death
  Richard Smeaton White Conservative July 30, 1917 Devonshire Borden December 17, 1936 Death
  Adrian Knatchbull-Hugessen Liberal January 12, 1937 Tweedsmuir King January 1, 1967 Resignation
  Maurice Lamontagne Liberal April 6, 1967 Léger Pearson June 12, 1983 Death
  Charlie Watt Liberal January 16, 1984 Schreyer Trudeau, P. E. Incumbent

Kennebec[edit]

The Kennebec Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Lotbinière, Mégantic and Arthabaska."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Charles Cormier Nationalist Liberal October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation May 7, 1887 Death
  Pierre-Étienne Fortin Conservative May 13, 1887 Lansdowne Macdonald June 15, 1888 Death
  George Alexander Drummond Conservative December 1, 1888 Stanley Macdonald February 2, 1910 Death
  Louis Lavergne Liberal October 13, 1910 Grey Laurier January 1, 1930 Resignation
  Georges Parent Liberal June 3, 1930 Willingdon King December 14, 1942 Death
  Cyrille Vaillancourt Liberal March 3, 1944 Athlone King January 3, 1969 Resignation
  Jean-Pierre Côté Liberal September 1, 1972 Michener Trudeau, P. E. April 20, 1978 Resignation
  Claude Wagner Progressive Conservative April 21, 1978 Léger Trudeau, P. E. July 11, 1979 Death
  Guy Charbonneau Progressive Conservative September 27, 1979 Schreyer Clark June 21, 1997 Retirement
  Serge Joyal Liberal November 26, 1997 LeBlanc Chrétien Incumbent

La Salle[edit]

The La Salle Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the County of Quebec, the County of Portneuf, and all that part of the Banlieue of Quebec which likes within the Parish of Notre Dame de Quebec." The demarcation of the Laurentides Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes the "remainder of the County of Quebec".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Antoine Juchereau Duchesnay Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation January 7, 1871 Resignation
  Louis Panet Conservative February 10, 1871 Lisgar Macdonald March 26, 1874 Resignation
  Charles-Eugène Panet Liberal March 27, 1874 Dufferin Mackenzie February 4, 1875 Resignation
  Hector Fabre Nationalist February 5, 1875 Dufferin Mackenzie July 12, 1882 Resignation
  Pierre Antoine Deblois Conservative February 13, 1883 Lorne Macdonald June 21, 1898 Death
  Joseph Arthur Paquet Liberal June 27, 1898 Aberdeen Laurier March 29, 1901 Death
  Joseph Godbout Liberal April 4, 1901 Minto Laurier April 1, 1923 Death
  Jacques Bureau Liberal September 5, 1925 Byng King January 23, 1933 Death
  Lucien Moraud Conservative December 30, 1933 Bessborough Bennett May 29, 1951 Death
  Progressive Conservative December 11, 1942
  Mark Robert Drouin Progressive Conservative October 4, 1957 Massey Diefenbaker October 12, 1963 Death
  Azellus Denis Liberal February 3, 1964 Vanier Pearson September 4, 1991 Death
  Marcel Prud'homme Independent May 26, 1993 Hnatyshyn Mulroney November 30, 2009 Retirement
  Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu Conservative January 29, 2010 Jean Harper Incumbent
  Independent June 4, 2015
  Conservative November 22, 2016

Lauzon[edit]

The Lauzon Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the County of Lévi, the Counties of Dorchester and Beauce." The demarcation of the De la Durantaye Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes the "remainder of the County of L'Islet".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Elzéar-Henri Juchereau Duchesnay Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation May 12, 1871 Death
  Alexandre-René Chaussegros de Léry Conservative December 13, 1871 Lisgar Macdonald April 11, 1876 Resignation
  Christian Pozer Nationalist September 20, 1876 Dufferin Mackenzie July 18, 1884 Death
  Joseph Bolduc Nationalist Conservative October 3, 1884 Lansdowne Macdonald August 13, 1924 Death
  Henri Sévérin Béland Liberal September 5, 1925 Byng King April 22, 1935 Death
  Eugène Paquet Conservative August 14, 1935 Bessborough Bennett May 8, 1951 Death
  Léonard Tremblay Liberal June 12, 1953 Massey St. Laurent September 2, 1965 Resignation
  Jean-Paul Deschatelets Liberal February 24, 1966 Vanier Pearson January 10, 1986 Resignation
  Michel Cogger Progressive Conservative May 2, 1986 Sauvé Mulroney September 1, 2000 Resignation
  Yves Morin Liberal March 8, 2001 Clarkson Chrétien November 28, 2004 Retirement
  Dennis Dawson Liberal August 2, 2005 Clarkson Martin Incumbent

Mille Isles[edit]

The Mille Isles Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Terrebonne and Two Mountains."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Léandre Dumouchel Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation September 23, 1882 Death
1. Louis-Rodrigue Masson Conservative September 29, 1882 Lorne Macdonald November 6, 1884 Resignation
  Louis-Adélard Senécal Conservative January 25, 1887 Lansdowne Macdonald October 11, 1887 Death
  Jean-Baptiste Rolland Conservative October 22, 1887 Lansdowne Macdonald March 22, 1888 Death
  Charles-Séraphin Rodier Conservative December 12, 1888 Stanley Macdonald January 26, 1890 Death
2. Louis-Rodrigue Masson Conservative February 3, 1890 Stanley Macdonald June 11, 1903 Resignation
  Laurent-Olivier David Liberal June 19, 1903 Minto Laurier August 24, 1926 Death
  Napoléon Kemner Laflamme Liberal December 21, 1927 Willingdon King August 10, 1929 Death
  Jules-Édouard Prévost Liberal June 3, 1930 Willingdon King October 13, 1943 Death
  Armand Daigle Liberal March 3, 1944 Athlone King March 8, 1957 Death
  Gustave Monette Progressive Conservative October 12, 1957 Massey Diefenbaker December 23, 1969 Death
  Thérèse Casgrain Independent October 7, 1970 Michener Trudeau, P. E. July 10, 1971 Retirement
  Renaude Lapointe Liberal November 10, 1971 Michener Trudeau, P. E. January 3, 1987 Retirement
  Solange Chaput-Rolland Progressive Conservative September 26, 1988 Sauvé Mulroney May 14, 1994 Retirement
  Jean-Louis Roux Liberal August 31, 1994 Hnatyshyn Chrétien August 8, 1996 Resignation
  Léonce Mercier Liberal August 9, 1996 LeBlanc Chrétien August 11, 2001 Retirement
  Michel Biron Liberal October 4, 2001 Clarkson Chrétien March 16, 2009 Retirement
  Claude Carignan Conservative August 27, 2009 Jean Harper Incumbent

Montarville[edit]

The Montarville Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Verchères, Chambly and Laprairie."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Louis Lacoste Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation November 26, 1878 Death
  Charles Boucher de Boucherville Conservative February 12, 1879 Lorne Macdonald September 11, 1915 Death
  Charles-Philippe Beaubien Conservative December 3, 1915 Connaught Borden January 17, 1949 Death
  Adélard Godbout Liberal June 25, 1949 Alexander St. Laurent September 18, 1956 Death
  Henri Charles Bois Liberal January 3, 1957 Massey St. Laurent July 18, 1962 Death
  Louis-Philippe Gélinas Liberal June 11, 1963 Vanier Pearson December 10, 1965 Resignation
  John Ewasew Liberal December 17, 1976 Léger Trudeau, P. E. March 26, 1978 Death
  Dalia Wood Liberal March 26, 1979 Schreyer Trudeau, P. E. January 31, 1999 Resignation
  Sheila Finestone Liberal August 11, 1999 LeBlanc Chrétien January 28, 2002 Retirement
  Raymond Lavigne Liberal March 26, 2002 Clarkson Chrétien March 21, 2011 Resignation
  Liberal without caucus June 8, 2006
  Josée Verner Conservative June 13, 2011 Johnston Harper Incumbent

Repentigny[edit]

The Repentigny Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Parish of St. Paul, the Township of Kildare and its augmentation, and the Township of Cathcart, in the County of Joliette, the Counties of L'Assomption and Montcalm."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Joseph-François Armand Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation January 1, 1903 Death
  Joseph-Hormisdas Legris Liberal February 10, 1903 Minto Laurier March 6, 1932 Death
  Joseph Hormisdas Rainville Conservative October 6, 1932 Bessborough Bennett April 14, 1942 Death
  Pamphile Réal Du Tremblay Liberal November 19, 1942 Athlone King October 6, 1955 Death
  J.-Eugène Lefrançois Liberal April 25, 1957 Massey St. Laurent November 5, 1976 Resignation
  Pietro Rizzuto Liberal December 23, 1976 Léger Trudeau, P. E. August 3, 1997 Death
  Marisa Ferretti Barth Liberal September 22, 1997 LeBlanc Chrétien April 28, 2006 Retirement
  Patrick Brazeau Conservative January 8, 2009 Jean Harper Incumbent
  Independent February 7, 2009

Rigaud[edit]

The Rigaud Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the Parish of Montreal, and the Counties of Jacques Cartier, Vaudreuil and Solanges." The demarcation of the Alma Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes the "remainder of the Parish of Montreal".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Charles Wilson Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation May 4, 1877 Death
  Joseph-Rosaire Thibaudeau Liberal January 4, 1878 Dufferin Mackenzie June 16, 1909 Death
  Arthur Boyer Liberal June 28, 1909 Grey Laurier January 24, 1922 Death
  Gustave Benjamin Boyer Liberal March 11, 1922 Byng King December 2, 1927 Death
  Lawrence Alexander Wilson Liberal June 3, 1930 Willingdon King March 3, 1934 Death
  Arthur Sauvé Conservative July 20, 1935 Bessborough Bennett February 6, 1944 Death
  Vincent Dupuis Liberal April 18, 1945 Athlone King May 11, 1967 Death
  Lazarus Phillips Liberal February 9, 1968 Michener Pearson October 10, 1970 Retirement
  Carl Goldenberg Liberal November 4, 1971 Michener Trudeau, P. E. October 20, 1982 Retirement
  Jean Le Moyne Liberal December 23, 1982 Schreyer Trudeau, P. E. February 17, 1988 Retirement
  Gérald Beaudoin Progressive Conservative September 26, 1988 Sauvé Mulroney February 1, 2004 Retirement
  Conservative February 2, 2004 April 15, 2004
  Yoine Goldstein Liberal August 29, 2005 Clarkson Martin May 11, 2009 Retirement
  Jacques Demers Conservative August 27, 2009 Jean Harper Incumbent
  Independent December 3, 2015

Rougemont[edit]

The Rougemont Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the County of St. Hyacinth, the Counties of Rouville and Iberville." The demarcation of the Saurel Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes "the remainder of the County of St. Hyacinth".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  William Henry Chaffers Liberal October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation July 19, 1894 Death
  William Hales Hingston Conservative January 2, 1896 Aberdeen Bowell February 19, 1907 Death
  Georges-Casimir Dessaulles Liberal March 12, 1907 Grey Laurier April 19, 1930 Death
  Rodolphe Lemieux Liberal June 3, 1930 Willingdon King September 28, 1937 Death
  Elie Beauregard Liberal February 9, 1940 Tweedsmuir King August 27, 1954 Death
  Henri Courtemanche Progressive Conservative January 20, 1960 Vanier Diefenbaker December 22, 1961 Resignation
  Jacques Flynn Progressive Conservative November 9, 1962 Vanier Diefenbaker August 22, 1990 Resignation
  John Sylvain Progressive Conservative September 7, 1990 Hnatyshyn Mulroney February 1, 1996 Resignation
  Shirley Maheu Liberal February 1, 1996 LeBlanc Chrétien February 2, 2006 Death
  Michael Fortier Conservative February 27, 2006 Jean Harper September 7, 2008 Resignation
  Suzanne Duplessis Conservative January 14, 2009 Jean Harper June 20, 2015 Retirement
  Marie-Françoise Mégie Non-Affiliated November 25, 2016 Johnston Trudeau, J. Incumbent

Saurel[edit]

The Saurel Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Richelieu and Bagot, the Parishes of St. Denis, La Présentation, St. Barnabé, and St. Jude, in the County of St. Hyacinth."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Jean-Baptiste Guèvremont Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation June 14, 1896 Resignation
  Louis-Joseph Forget Conservative June 15, 1896 Aberdeen Tupper April 7, 1911 Death
  Joseph-Marcellin Wilson Liberal May 3, 1911 Grey Laurier January 1, 1939 Resignation
  Athanase David Liberal February 9, 1940 Tweedsmuir King January 26, 1953 Death
  Marianna Beauchamp Jodoin Liberal May 19, 1953 Massey St. Laurent June 1, 1966 Resignation
  Alan Macnaughton Liberal July 8, 1966 Vanier Pearson July 30, 1978 Retirement
  Fernand Leblanc Liberal March 27, 1979 Schreyer Trudeau, P. E. July 1, 1992 Retirement
  Fernand Roberge Progressive Conservative May 26, 1993 Hnatyshyn Mulroney July 19, 2000 Resignation
  Jean Lapointe Liberal June 13, 2001 Clarkson Chrétien December 6, 2010 Retirement
Larry Smith Conservative December 20, 2010 Johnston Harper March 25, 2011 Resignation
May 25, 2011 Johnston Harper Incumbent

Shawinigan[edit]

The Shawinigan Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Champlain and St. Maurice, the Town of Three Rivers, the Parishes of River du Loup, St. Léon, St. Paulin, and the Township of Hunterstown and its augmentation, in the County of Maskinongé."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  James Ferrier Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation May 30, 1888 Death
  Hippolyte Montplaisir Liberal-Conservative February 9, 1891 Stanley Macdonald June 20, 1927 Death
  Philippe-Jacques Paradis Liberal December 14, 1927 Willingdon King June 20, 1933 Death
  Charles Bourgeois Conservative August 15, 1935 Bessborough Bennett May 15, 1940 Death
  Charles-Édouard Ferland Liberal April 18, 1945 Athlone King April 18, 1951 Resignation
  Léon Méthot Progressive Conservative October 12, 1957 Massey Diefenbaker August 6, 1972 Death
  Maurice Riel Liberal October 5, 1973 Michener Trudeau, P. E. April 3, 1997 Retirement
  Lucie Pépin Liberal April 8, 1997 LeBlanc Chrétien September 7, 2011 Retirement
  Ghislain Maltais Conservative January 6, 2012 Johnston Harper Incumbent

Stadacona[edit]

The Stadacona Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the City and Banlieue of Quebec." The demarcation of the La Salle Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes the "remainder of the City...of Quebec".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Narcisse-Fortunat Belleau Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation October 23, 1867 Appointment declined
  Joseph Édouard Cauchon Independent Conservative November 2, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation June 30, 1872 Resignation
  Pierre-Joseph-Olivier Chauveau Conservative February 20, 1873 Dufferin Macdonald January 8, 1874 Resignation
  Pierre Baillargeon Liberal March 27, 1874 Dufferin Mackenzie December 15, 1891 Death
  Auguste Landry Conservative February 23, 1892 Stanley Abbott December 20, 1919 Death
  Lorne Campbell Webster Conservative January 10, 1920 Devonshire Borden September 27, 1941 Death
  Jean-Marie Dessureault Liberal June 9, 1945 Athlone King August 16, 1970 Resignation
  Martial Asselin Progressive Conservative September 1, 1972 Michener Trudeau, P. E. August 7, 1990 Resignation
  Claude Castonguay Progressive Conservative September 23, 1990 Hnatyshyn Mulroney December 9, 1992 Resignation
  Jean-Claude Rivest Progressive Conservative March 11, 1993 Hnatyshyn Mulroney January 31, 2015 Resignation
  Conservative February 2, 2004
  Independent August 31, 2004
  Marc Gold Independent November 25, 2016 Johnston Trudeau, J. Incumbent

The Laurentides[edit]

The Senate division of The Laurentides is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The Counties of Chicoutimi, Charlevoix, Saguenay and Montmorency, the Seigniory of Beauport, the Parish of Charlebourg, the Townships of Stoneham and Tewkesbury, in the County of Quebec."

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  David Edward Price Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation August 22, 1883 Death
  James Gibb Ross Conservative January 11, 1884 Lansdowne Macdonald October 1, 1888 Death
  Evans John Price Conservative December 1, 1888 Stanley Macdonald August 30, 1899 Death
  Joseph Shehyn Liberal February 5, 1900 Minto Laurier July 14, 1918 Death
  Pierre Édouard Blondin Conservative July 20, 1918 Devonshire Borden October 29, 1943 Death
  Télesphore-Damien Bouchard Liberal March 3, 1944 Athlone King November 13, 1962 Death
  Maurice Bourget Liberal April 27, 1963 Vanier Pearson March 29, 1979 Death
  Arthur Tremblay Progressive Conservative September 27, 1979 Schreyer Clark June 18, 1992 Retirement
  In abeyance - the appointment of Normand Grimard to the temporary division of Quebec under section 26 of the Constitution Act, 1867 required this division be left vacant between Tremblay's retirement and Grimard's retirement on June 16, 2000
  Raymond Setlakwe Liberal June 20, 2000 Clarkson Chrétien July 3, 2003 Retirement
  Madeleine Plamondon Independent September 9, 2003 Clarkson Chrétien September 21, 2006 Retirement
  Michel Rivard Conservative January 2, 2009 Jean Harper August 7, 2016 Retirement
  Independent March 8, 2016
  Renée Dupuis Independent November 10, 2016 Johnston Trudeau, J. Incumbent

Victoria[edit]

The Victoria Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the City of Montreal exclusive of the Parish." The demarcation of the Alma Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes the "remainder of the city of Montreal".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  Thomas Ryan Liberal-Conservative October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation May 25, 1889 Death
  Edward Murphy Liberal-Conservative May 30, 1889 Stanley Macdonald December 5, 1895 Death
  James O'Brien Liberal-Conservative January 2, 1896 Aberdeen Bowell May 28, 1903 Death
  Henry Joseph Cloran Liberal June 30, 1903 Minto Laurier February 8, 1928 Death
  Edmund William Tobin Liberal June 3, 1930 Willingdon King June 24, 1938 Death
  William James Hushion Liberal February 15, 1940 Duff1 King January 29, 1954 Death
  John Thomas Hackett Progressive Conservative July 28, 1955 Massey St. Laurent September 15, 1956 Death
  Josie Alice Quart Progressive Conservative November 16, 1960 Vanier Diefenbaker April 17, 1980 Death
  Leo Kolber Liberal December 23, 1983 Schreyer Trudeau, P. E. January 18, 2004 Retirement
  Francis Fox Liberal August 29, 2005 Clarkson Martin December 2, 2011 Resignation
  Jean-Guy Dagenais Conservative January 17, 2012 Johnston Harper Incumbent

Notes:

1 Lyman Duff served as acting Governor General from February 11, 1940 to June 21, 1940 in his capacity as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada

Wellington[edit]

The Wellington Senate division is defined in the Consolidated Statutes of Canada (1859) as "The remainder of the County of Drummond, the County of Richmond, the Town of Sherbrooke, the Counties of Wolfe, Compton, and Stanstead." The demarcation of the De la Vallière Senate division provides an explanation of what constitutes the "remainder of the County of Drummond".

  Name Affiliation Date Appointed/
Affiliation Change
Appointed by On the advice of End of term Reason
  John Sewell Sanborn Liberal October 23, 1867 Monck Royal Proclamation October 1, 1872 Resignation
  Matthew Henry Cochrane Conservative October 17, 1872 Dufferin Macdonald August 12, 1903 Death
  William Mitchell Liberal March 5, 1904 Minto Laurier May 10, 1926 Death
  Wilfrid Laurier McDougald Liberal June 25, 1926 Byng King May 3, 1932 Resignation
  Albert Joseph Brown Conservative October 6, 1932 Bessborough Bennett November 16, 1938 Death
  Charles Benjamin Howard Liberal February 9, 1940 Tweedsmuir King March 25, 1964 Death
  Paul Desruisseaux Liberal July 8, 1966 Vanier Pearson May 1, 1980 Retirement
  Jacques Hébert Liberal April 20, 1983 Schreyer Trudeau, P. E. June 21, 1998 Retirement
  Aurélien Gill Liberal September 17, 1998 LeBlanc Chrétien August 26, 2008 Retirement
  Leo Housakos Conservative January 8, 2009 Jean Harper Incumbent

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