|Alderman of Quebec City, Saint-Roch ward|
|26th Mayor of Quebec City|
1 March 1910 – 1 March 1916
|Preceded by||Jean-Georges Garneau|
|Succeeded by||Henri-Edgar Lavigueur|
Olivier-Napoléon Drouin (1862–1934) was a Canadian politician, the mayor of Quebec City from 1910 to 1916. He also initiated the Rock City Tobacco company.
After representing Quebec City's Saint-Roch ward as alderman since 1896, Drouin won the 1910 mayoralty contest with a 1328 vote margin over his opponent, federal politician Philippe-Auguste Choquette. Drouin won re-election to successive terms in office in 1912 and 1914. During his terms as mayor, he oversaw the annexation of the communities of Belvedère, Limoilou and Saint-Malo to Quebec City.
After leaving the mayor's posting in 1916, Drouin chaired the Commission des chemins du Québec (Commission of routes of Quebec) between 1917 and 1922.
- ‹See Tfd›(in French) Commission de toponymie (Quebec): Drouin (canton)
- ‹See Tfd›(in French) University of Sherbrooke, Bilan du Siècle: 1 mars 1910 - Élection de Olivier-Napoléon Drouin à la mairie de Québec
- ‹See Tfd›(in French) University of Sherbrooke, Bilan du Siècle: Olivier-Napoléon Drouin (1862-1934) Homme politique, homme d'affaires
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