|Born||15 January 1913|
|Died||4 November 1991(aged 78)|
|Known for||Chair, Quebec Hydro-Electric Commission|
|Awards||Order of Canada|
He is a member of the Order of Canada, first becoming an Officer on June 1972 then on July 1977 was promoted as a Companion, the highest rank within the order.
Giroux died of a heart attack in Quebec at age 78 leaving his wife Yvette Blain and three children.
- "Funeral to be held today for Giroux". Montreal Gazette. 6 November 1991. pp. B4.
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