|Member of the Canadian Parliament
June 1957 – March 1958
|Preceded by||Roch Pinard|
|Succeeded by||Maurice Johnson|
|Member of Parliament
May 1971 – May 1974
|Preceded by||Bernard Pilon|
|Succeeded by||Bernard Loiselle|
|Born||20 March 1914
|Died||29 May 1984 (aged 70)|
He was first elected at the Chambly—Rouville riding in the 1957 general election. After serving his term in the 23rd Canadian Parliament, L'Heureux was defeated in the 1958 election by Maurice Johnson of the Progressive Conservative Party.
L'Heureux returned to Parliament in a 31 May 1971 by-election at the Chambly riding following the death of incumbent Liberal member Bernard Pilon. After re-election in the 1972 federal election, L'Heureux returned to serve his term in the 29th Parliament. After this, he left federal office in 1974 and did not campaign in that year's federal election.
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