Roland Haché

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Roland Haché
Member of the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly
for Nigadoo-Chaleur
In office
June 7, 1999 – September 22, 2014
Preceded by Albert Doucet
Succeeded by Daniel Guitar [1]
Personal details
Born (1947-06-14) June 14, 1947 (age 69)
Nigadoo, New Brunswick
Political party Liberal

Roland Haché, (born June 14, 1947 in Nigadoo, New Brunswick) is a politician in New Brunswick, Canada. He was a member of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick representing the electoral district of Nigadoo-Chaleur from 1999 to 2014.[2]

He earned a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Education at the University of Moncton and taught classes at the college level.

Haché entered politics when he was elected mayor of Petit-Rocher, New Brunswick in a 1995 by-election held after no candidates came forward in the municipal election earlier that year. He was re-elected by acclamation in 1998.

He left his post as mayor in 1999, following his election to the legislature. Haché, a Liberal, was the only non-incumbent of his party to win a seat in that election that saw his party reduced from 44 to 10 seats.

In 2002, he was co-chair of Shawn Graham's successful campaign for the leadership of his party. He was re-elected in 2003 and served as critic for the department of Business New Brunswick from the election to June 20, 2006 when he became election readiness chair for Northern New Brunswick for the coming election and chair of the Legislature's health committee.

He was re-elected in the 2006 election when his party formed the government.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Restigouche-Chaleur
  2. ^ Casey, Quentin (10 April 2009). "Electronics recycling program promoted". Telegraph Journal. p. 3. Retrieved 16 April 2011. 
Provincial Government of Shawn Graham
Cabinet Posts (2)
Predecessor Office Successor
Kelly Lamrock Minister of Education
2009–2010
Jody Carr
Trevor Holder Minister of Environment
2006–2009
T. J. Burke
Special Cabinet Responsibilities
Predecessor Title Successor
none Minister responsible for the
Northern New Brunswick Initiative

2006–2009
new designation
Donald Arseneault