|Member of Parliament
June 1968 – May 1974
1 May 1908|
|Died||17 October 1995(aged 87)|
|Political party||Social Credit|
He was first elected at the Villeneuve riding in the 1968 general election under the Ralliement créditiste party banner. He was re-elected at Villeneuve in the 1972 election, with his party assuming the Social Credit name in 1971. After completing his term in the 29th Canadian Parliament, Tétrault left federal politics and did not campaign in any further federal elections.
His son, Ronald Tétrault, became a Quebec provincial and municipal politician.
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