AND PLACE OF BIRTH:
1936.05.27 - St-Jean-de-Matha, Quebec, Canada.
Teacher. Engineering Firm Office Administrator.
Parti Québécois (PQ): 1994-.
Progressive Conservative (PC) / Parti Progressiste-Conservateur: 1973-1993.
Union Nationale (l'Union nationale): 1966-1971.
1993 - Did not seek re-election.
1988.11.21 - Frontenac, Quebec - Re-Elected.
1984.09.04 - Frontenac, Quebec - Elected.
1980.02.18 - Labelle, Quebec - Defeated.
1974.07.08 - Labelle, Quebec - Defeated.
Minister of National Defence (1991.04.21 - 1993.01.03).
Minister of Communications (1989.01.30 - 1991.04.20).
Minister of Energy, Mines and Resources (1986.06.30 - 1989.01.29).
Minister of Communications (1984.09.17 - 1985.09.25 and 1985.11.30 -
NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (Député):
1973 - Did not seek re-election.
1970.04.29 - Montcalm - Re-Elected.
1966.06.05 - Montcalm - Elected.
QUEBEC PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT:
President, Quebec National Assembly Archive (2000-2006).
Chair, Quebec Cultural Commission (1997-2000).
Quebec Delegate-General to France (1996-1997).
President, Conseil de la langue française du Québec (1985).
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs (1969.07.23 - 1970.05.12).
Minister of Planning and Development (1968.10.10 - 1970.05.12).
Minister of State for Public Functions (1967.12.20 - 1968.10.10).
Minister of State for Education (1966.06.16 - 1967.12.20).
Candidate for Leader, l'Union Nationale (June 1971). Gabriel
Loubier defeated Masse for Leader by a 21-vote margin. Masse resigned
from the party five months later.
Became the youngest Cabinet Minister in the history of Quebec when he
was appointed in 1966 at at age 30 by Premier Daniel Johnson.
Resigned from federal
Cabinet in September 1985 during an RCMP investigation of alleged overspending
during his 1984 election campaign. Subsequently returned to Cabinet
on November 1985 after being cleared of any wrongdoing.
nationale du Québec: Marcel Masse and l'Ordre
national du Québec: Marcel Masse