|Member of the Canadian Parliament
|Preceded by||Auguste Charles Philippe Robert Landry|
|Succeeded by||Pierre-Raymond-Léonard Martineau|
|Senator for Grandville, Quebec|
|Appointed by||Wilfrid Laurier|
|Preceded by||Charles Alphonse Pantaléon Pelletier|
|Succeeded by||Thomas Chapais|
January 6, 1854|
Belœil, Canada East
|Died||December 20, 1948(aged 94)|
He was born on January 6, 1854 in Beloeil, Canada East to Joseph Choquette and Thaïs Audet. He studied at Université Laval and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 1880 and to the King's Council in 1890.
After running unsuccessfully in the 1882 election, he was elected as a Liberal in the riding of Montmagny in the 1887 election. He was re-elected in 1891 and 1896. From 1898 until 1904, he was a Judge in the Quebec Superior Court, Arthabaska District. In 1904, he was appointed to the Senate representing the Senatorial division of Grandville, Quebec. He resigned in 1919. He also served as President of Quebec Bulldogs hockey club for several years, winning the Stanley Cup in 1912, and 1913.
He died on December 20, 1948.
He is the father of Fernand Choquette, a Quebec MNA and judge of the Quebec Court of Appeal.
- "A cyclopædia of Canadian biography". Internet Archive.
- Philippe-Auguste Choquette – Parliament of Canada biography
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