Lucien Moraud

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The Hon.
Lucien Moraud
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Senator for La Salle, Quebec
In office
1933–1951
Appointed by R. B. Bennett
Preceded by Jacques Bureau
Succeeded by Mark Robert Drouin
Personal details
Born (1885-05-16)May 16, 1885
Lotbinière, Quebec
Died May 29, 1951(1951-05-29) (aged 66)
Political party Conservative (1933-1942)
Progressive Conservative (1942-1951)

Lucien Moraud, KC (May 16, 1885 – May 29, 1951) was a Canadian lawyer, law professor and Conservative politician. He was named to the Senate of Canada on December 30, 1933, and remained a senator until his death in 1951.

He was one of the Canadian delegates at the foundation of the United Nations.[1]

Pavillon H.-Biermans-L.-Moraud, a residence hall at Université Laval, is named after him and Belgian businessperson Jean-Hubert Biermans in honour of their donations to the university.

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