Saint-Jacques (electoral district)

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Saint-Jacques was a federal electoral district in Quebec, Canada, that was represented in the Canadian House of Commons from 1953 to 1988.

There were two separate ridings named "Saint-Jacques". The first was created in 1952 from Cartier and St. James ridings. It was abolished in 1976 when it was redistributed into Laurier and Saint-Henri ridings.

A second "Saint-Jacques" riding was created in 1977 when Saint-Henri was renamed Saint-Jacques. It was abolished in 1987 when it was redistributed into Laurier—Sainte-Marie, Saint-Henri—Westmount, and Verdun—Saint-Paul ridings.

Election results[edit]


Canadian federal election, 1953
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Roland Beaudry 15,443
Progressive Conservative Léonard Lauzon 5,274
Independent Liberal Cléophas Saint-Aubin 1,109
Labor–Progressive Gui-Louis Caron 1,061
Co-operative Commonwealth Albert Leduc 545
Canadian federal election, 1957
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Roland Beaudry 7,900
Progressive Conservative Roland Perron 5,347
Independent Liberal Jean-Baptiste Crépeau 3,512
Independent Liberal R. Beaudry 1,789
Co-operative Commonwealth Gaétan Robert 730
Canadian federal election, 1958
Party Candidate Votes
Progressive Conservative Charles-Édouard Campeau 12,798
Liberal Maurice Rinfret 10,517
Co-operative Commonwealth Gaétan Robert 670
Independent Liberal Eugène-J.-E. Fournier 1,825
Socialist Henri Gagnon 666
Canadian federal election, 1962
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Maurice Rinfret 7,664
Progressive Conservative Gérard Hébert 7,271
Social Credit Jean-Paul Poulin 2,023
New Democratic Willie Fortin 1,925
Canadian federal election, 1963
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Maurice Rinfret 7,841
Progressive Conservative Gérard Hébert 5,831
Social Credit Sylvio Mélançon 4,386
New Democratic Willie Fortin 2,106
Canadian federal election, 1965
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Maurice Rinfret 7,023
Progressive Conservative Gabriel Grégoire 5,248
Ralliement créditiste Lucien Mallette 1,576
New Democratic Willie Fortin 1,406
Independent Réginald Reggie Chartrand 669
Canadian federal election, 1968
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Jacques Guilbault 9,701
Progressive Conservative Fernand Alie 4,238
New Democratic Julien Major 971
Social Credit Lucien Mallette 705
Independent Joseph-Louis Abraham 314
Independent H.-Georges Grenier 311
Canadian federal election, 1972
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Jacques Guilbault 8,682
Progressive Conservative Armand Lefebvre 3,213
Social Credit Patricia Métivier 1,696
New Democratic Pierre Ryan 1,598
Independent Jean-Baptiste Bulldog Clermont 208
Independent Claire Demers 151
Independent André Davignon 97
Independent G.-Paul Nolet 41
Canadian federal election, 1974
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Jacques Guilbault 7,709
Progressive Conservative Jean Chevrier 3,518
New Democratic Jean-Pierre Bourdouxhe 1,313
Social Credit Roger Pelletier 797
Independent Jean B. Clermont 154
Communist Claire Demers 146
Marxist–Leninist Rhéal Mathieu 127
Canadian federal election, 1979
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Jacques Guilbault 20,520
Progressive Conservative Jean Chevrier 3,704
New Democratic David-André Rowley 1,978
Social Credit J. Alfred Lévesque 1,715
Rhinoceros Balthazar Michel Deschamps 933
Libertarian Robert Champlin 295
Communist Claire Durand 189
Independent Patricia Métivier 143
Marxist–Leninist Auguste Arnold 104
Union populaire Serge Rainville 84
Canadian federal election, 1980
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Jacques Guilbault 17,757
Progressive Conservative Jean Chevrier 3,038
New Democratic Roger Monette 2,339
Rhinoceros Rodrigue Chocolat Tremblay 1,080
Independent Raymonde Lebreux 224
Libertarian Marc Krushelnyski 137
Union populaire Hughette Godard 120
Marxist–Leninist Arnold August 96
Communist Daniel Pauquet 88
Independent Patricia Métivier 55
Canadian federal election, 1984
Party Candidate Votes
Liberal Jacques Guilbault 10,875
Progressive Conservative Lorraine Duguay 10,291
New Democratic Mike Molter 4,057
Rhinoceros Pierre dit Lagaffe Corbeil 1,204
Parti nationaliste Denise Laroche 738
Communist Marianne Roy 152
Commonwealth of Canada Robert Langevin 116

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