Saint-Barnabé, Quebec

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Saint-Barnabé
Parish municipality
Saint-Barnabé Nord.jpg
Location within Maskinongé RCM.
Location within Maskinongé RCM.
Saint-Barnabé is located in Central Quebec
Saint-Barnabé
Saint-Barnabé
Location in central Quebec.
Coordinates: 46°24′N 72°53′W / 46.400°N 72.883°W / 46.400; -72.883Coordinates: 46°24′N 72°53′W / 46.400°N 72.883°W / 46.400; -72.883[1]
Country  Canada
Province  Quebec
Region Mauricie
RCM Maskinongé
Constituted July 1, 1855
Government[2]
 • Mayor René Bourassa
 • Federal riding Berthier—Maskinongé
 • Prov. riding Maskinongé
Area[2][3]
 • Total 59.20 km2 (22.86 sq mi)
 • Land 59.07 km2 (22.81 sq mi)
Population (2011)[3]
 • Total 1,179
 • Density 20.0/km2 (52/sq mi)
 • Pop 2006-2011 Decrease 2.3%
 • Dwellings 549
Time zone EST (UTC−5)
 • Summer (DST) EDT (UTC−4)
Postal code(s) G0X 2K0
Area code(s) 819
Highways Route 153
Route 351

Saint-Barnabé, also known as Saint-Barnabé-Nord, is a parish municipality in the Mauricie region of the province of Quebec in Canada.

List of Mayors[edit]

The Mayor is the municipality's highest elected official. Saint-Barnabé has had fifty mayors.[4]

# Mayor Taking Office Leaving
1 Antoine Bournival 1855 1858
2 Raphaël Bourassa 1858 1860
3 Alexis Gélinas 1860 1860
1 Antoine Bournival 1860 1862
4 Thomas Gélinas 1862 1866
5 Antoine Gauthier 1866 1872
6 Jean-Baptiste Lemaître 1872 1874
7 Dr Félix Dydime Fontaine 1874 1877
8 Joseph Bellemare 1877 1880
9 Onésime Lesieur 1880 1881
8 Joseph Bellemare 1881 1982
10 Arthur Sévère Bald 1882 1888
11 Jules Lamy 1888 1890
12 Octave Gélinas 1890 1892
13 François Gélinas 1892 1893
14 Évariste L. Désaulniers 1893 1894
15 Louis Dollard Héroux 1894 1895
16 Hormidas Garceau 1895 1897
17 Maxime Grenier 1897 1898
18 Dr Élisée Bellemare 1898 1900
19 Adolphe Lamy 1900 1901
20 Narcisse Gélinas 1901 1902
19 Adolphe Lamy 1902 1903
21 Pierre Gélinas 1903 1905
22 Jules Lamy 1903 1905
23 Adélard Giguère 1905 1907
24 Joseph de Charette [5] 1907 1910
25 Amédée Boucher 1910 1912
26 Sinai Bournival 1912 1913
27 Cléophas Bussière 1913 1915
28 Adrien Gélinas 1915 1916
29 Évariste Gélinas 1916 1917
30 Charles Marcouiller 1917 1920
31 Odzaca Gélinas 1920 1921
29 Évariste Gélinas 1921 1923
32 Alexandre Désaulniers 1923 1925
33 Nestor Bourassa 1925 1929
34 Raoul Bellemare 1929 1931
35 Wilfrid Boucher 1931 1933
36 Sévère J. Lamy 1933 1935
31 Odzaca Gélinas 1935 1936
37 Caméric Lemay 1936 1937
38 Oscar Lemay 1937 1939
39 Origène Bourassa 1939 1943
40 Albé Diamond 1943 1945
41 Gérard Gélinas 1945 1957
42 Bérard Pellerin 1957 1963
43 Robert Lemay 1963 1969
44 Nathan Diamond 1969 1981
45 René Gélinas 1981 1990
46 Jean-Guy Gélinas 1990 1994
47 Nicole D. Gélinas 1994 1995
48 Julien Plouffe 1995 2002
49 Germain Lacombe 2002 2005
50 Michel Lemay 2005 2009
51 René Bourassa 2009 2013
50 Michel Lemay [6] 2013 Current

Officially, municipal elections in Saint-Barnabé are on a non-partisan basis.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Reference number 55708 of the Commission de toponymie du Québec (French)
  2. ^ a b Geographic code 51025 in the official Répertoire des municipalités (French)
  3. ^ a b "(Code 2451025) Census Profile". 2011 census. Statistics Canada. 2012. 
  4. ^ Sources: Denis Gélinas, Secrétaire-trésorier; Centenaire de l’église de Saint-Barnabé-Nord 1859-1959
  5. ^ De Charette served as Mayor of Charette from 1918 to 1927.
  6. ^ Martin Lafrenière, Saint-Barnabé: Bourassa concède la victoire à Lemay, La Presse, November 5, 2013