He was a former student activist and spent several years as a Parti Québécois communication advisor. In 2003, he became MNA Daniel Turp's local political advisor. In 2005, he backed André Boisclair in the PQ leadership race and was appointed PQ's director general in 2006. On September 27, 2014, he died of cancer in Montreal, aged 46.
- Pierre-Luc Paquette nommé directeur général du Parti Québécois
- Provincial authorized political parties: Parti Québécois Lists Pierre-Luc Paquette as "official representative" of the PQ.
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