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|Senator for Mille Isles, Quebec|
|Appointed by||Brian Mulroney|
|Preceded by||Renaude Lapointe|
|Succeeded by||Jean-Louis Roux|
|Member of the National Assembly of Quebec for Prévost|
|Preceded by||Jean-Guy Cardinal|
|Succeeded by||Robert Dean|
May 14, 1919|
|Died||November 1, 2001
|Political party||Progressive Conservative|
Born in Montreal, the daughter of Émile Chaput and Rosalie Loranger, she received her education from the Couvent d'Outremont, the Sorbonne and the Institut Catholique de Paris.Her brother, Yves Chaput was the husband of Françoise Poliquin, daughter of Jean Poliquin, grandfather of Jean-Nicolas De Surmont.
During the 1950s she worked as a journalist for the CBC with a young Jeanne Sauvé with whom she remained friends until Sauvé's death.
She was appointed to the Senate in 1988 representing the senatorial division of Mille Isles, Quebec. She sat as a Progressive Conservative and retired in 1994.
In 1941, she married André Rolland.
|PrévostQuebec provincial by-election, November 14, 1979:|
|Parti Québécois||Pierre Harvey||14,433||35.39|
|Ind. (Crédit social uni)||Jean-Paul Poulin||257||0.63|
|Total valid votes||40,783||100.00|
|Rejected and declined votes||1,145|
|Electors on the lists||53,771|
|Source: Official Results, Government of Quebec|
- Chers ennemis (1963)
- Mon pays, Québec ou le Canada? (1966)
- Regards 1967: Québec Année Zéro (1968)
- Regards 1968: Une ou deux sociétés justes (1969)
- Regards 1969: La seconde conquête (1970)
- Regards 1970-1971: Les heures sauvages (1972)
- De l'unité à la réalité (1981)
- Le Mystère Québec (1984)
- Et tournons la page... (1989)
- Le Tourment et l'apaisement (1990)
- Léon Dion, hier et demain (1991)
- Chère sénateur (1992)
- Les Élus et les Déçus (1996)
- Solange Chaput-Rolland – Parliament of Canada biography
- "Biography". Dictionnaire des parlementaires du Québec de 1792 à nos jours (in French). National Assembly of Quebec.
- CBC archives clip where she speaks of her friendship with the late Jeanne Sauvé
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