|Member of Parliament|
|Preceded by||Maurice Gingues|
|Succeeded by||Gérard Chapdelaine|
|Preceded by||Gérard Chapdelaine|
|Succeeded by||Paul Mullins Gervais|
|Born||January 2, 1922|
Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada
|Died||September 14, 1988 (aged 66)|
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Political party||Progressive Conservative 1958-1963|
Maurice Allard (January 2, 1922 – September 14, 1988) was a Canadian politician, as well as a law professor and a lawyer. He was elected in 1958 as a member of the Progressive Conservative Party representing the riding of Sherbrooke. He ran as an Independent Progressive Conservative and was defeated in the same riding in 1962. Allard quit the Progressive Conservative party in 1963 due to his opposition to party leader John George Diefenbaker. He was elected in 1965 as an Independent Progressive Conservative and remained in the House of Commons until as such until resigning on March 6, 1968. Allard was born in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
- "Lesage Unhappy Despite Victory". Leader-Post. November 10, 1965. Retrieved March 12, 2012.
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