Arms & Badges - Arms of Past and Present Lieutenant Governors of Quebec
|Armorial of those Provincial Lieutenant Governors of Quebec who bore lawfully Granted Arms from the Canadian Heraldic Authority|
Coat of Arms of the province of Quebec
|Click on the arms presented below to view a larger image of the same and its blazon if available. Click on their name to view their biographies.|
|The Rt. Hon. Pierre Duchesne
On June 7th, 2007, Hon. Pierre Duchesne was sworn in as the 28th Lieutenant Governor of the province of Quèbec. Their Honours, the Honourable Pierre Duchesne and his wife, Ginette Lamoureux have three children and seven grandchildren.
|The Rt. Hon. Lise Thibault
On January 30, 1997, Lise Thibault was sworn in as the 27th Lieutenant Governor of Québec, the first woman ever to hold the office. She is Lady of Justice of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, Companion of the Order of the Red Cross and Grand Officer of the Order of La Pléiade.
|1997 - 2007|
|The Hon. Jean-Louis Roux, C.C., CQ, MSRC
The Hon. Jean-Louis Roux was was appointed as Chairman of the Canada Council for the Arts in 1998. In 1950, he founded the Théâtre d'Essai de Montréal and in 1951 co-founded Le Théâtre du Nouveau Monde.
|1996 - 1997|
|The Hon. Martial Asselin, PC, OC, QC
Former Lt. Gov. of Quebec (1990 - 8 Aug 1996) (NOTE: He was also former Deputy Speaker of the Senate, and former Member of the House of Commons. His title of 'Right Honourable' comes from the authority of an Order-in-Council adopted by the Privy Council on 1 July 1992.)
|1990 - 1996|
|The Hon. Gilles Lamontagne, PC, OC, CQ, CD
The Hon. Gilles Lamontagne was Minister of Veterans Affairs (1980 - 1981 (Acting)). In 1990, he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. In 2000, he was made a Knight of the National Order of Quebec.
|1984 - 1990|
|The Hon. Paul Comtois, PC
Born in Pierreville, Quebec, the son of Urbain Comtois and Elizabeth McCaffrey, he ran unsuccessfully for the Canadian House of Commons in the 1930 federal election and in a 1933 by-election. He was elected in 1957 election for the riding of Nicolet—Yamaska. A Progressive Conservative, he was re-elected in the 1958 election. From 1957 to 1961, he was the Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys. In 1961, he was appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec.
|1961 - 1967|