Camille Piché

Politician

1865 – 1909

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Who was Camille Piché?

Camille Piché was a Canadian lawyer and politician.

Born in St-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Canada East, the son of P. C. Piche, a notary and Sophie Desparois dite Champagne, Piché was educated at the Jacques Cartier Normal School and at Laval University where he received a Bachelor of Laws degree. A member of the Quebec Bar, he practiced as a lawyer in Montreal with his firm Piche & Mercier. He was made a King's Counsel by the Quebec Government in 1904. He was elected to the Canadian House of Commons for the electoral district of St. Mary in the 1904 federal election. A Liberal, he resigned in 1906 when he was appointed a Police Magistrate in Montreal.

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Born
Apr 27, 1865
Saint-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Quebec
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Died
Apr 6, 1909

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on July 23, 2013

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