Marc Lortie

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Marc Lortie
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15th Canadian Ambassador to France
In office
2007–2012
Preceded byClaude Laverdure
Succeeded byLawrence Cannon
15th Canadian Ambassador to Andorra
In office
2004[1] – ????
Preceded byAnthony Vincent[2]
16th Canadian Ambassador to Spain
In office
2004–2007
Preceded byAlain Dudoit[3]
11th Canadian Ambassador to Paraguay
In office
1993 – ????
Preceded byMichael T. Mace
Succeeded byRobert G. Clark
20th[4] Canadian Ambassador to Chile
In office
1993–1997
Preceded byMichael T. Mace
Succeeded byLawrence Lederman
Personal details
Born1948[5]
Beauport, Quebec, Canada

Marc Lortie is a Canadian diplomat.

After graduating from Laval University with a specialized Bachelor of Arts in Political Science (International Relations) Lortie joined the Department of External Affairs, in 1971. His responsibilities there included deployments to Tunisia and Washington, D.C.. In 1985, Lortie joined the Prime Minister's Office responsible for international media relations before being assigned as press secretary in 1987.

References[edit]

  • ^ http://www.international.gc.ca/department/history-histoire/hp_search_results-en.asp?frm=person&lan=1&prsnid=570
  • ^ http://www.international.gc.ca/department/history-histoire/hplSearch_results.asp?frm=post&lngId=1&cntryid=4
  • ^ http://www.international.gc.ca/department/history-histoire/hplSearch_results.asp?frm=post&lngId=1&cntryid=183
  • ^ http://www.international.gc.ca/department/history-histoire/hplSearch_results.asp?frm=post&lngId=1&cntryid=158
  • ^ http://www.canadainternational.gc.ca/france/offices-bureaux/biography-biographie-lortie.aspx?lang=eng&view=d