Lucien Plourde

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Lucien Plourde
Member of Parliament
for Quebec West
In office
June 1962 – September 1965
Preceded byJ.-Eugène Bissonnette
Succeeded byJean Marchand
Personal details
Born (1930-03-27) 27 March 1930 (age 89)
Saint-Augustin de Québec, Quebec, Canada
Political partyRalliement Créditiste
Social Credit
Professiongrocer, teacher

Lucien Plourde (born 27 March 1930) was a Ralliement Créditiste and Social Credit party member of the House of Commons of Canada. He was a grocer and teacher by career.

He was first elected at the Quebec West riding in the 1962 general election under the Social Credit party banner and re-elected there in 1963 under the Ralliement créditiste, following Plourde's support of Réal Caouette during the Social Credit party split. Plourde was defeated in the 1965 election by Jean Marchand of the Liberal party.

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