See also: Gouin
Elected for the first time at the legislative Parliament in 1897, Gouin was public Minister for Labor under the government of Simon-Napoleon Parent in 1900. In 1905, it takes part in the takeover by force which évince Parent of the capacity and is selected to succeed to him. It was Prime Minister for Quebec under the banner of the Liberal party of Quebec of 1905 with 1920, gaining with four recoveries the general elections. In 1920, it is named with the Legislative council of Quebec, but resigns in 1921 without never to have assumed its seat, and launches out in federal policy.
At the time of the federal election of 1921, it is elected appointed liberal with the House of Commons of Canada, and obtains the post of minister of Justice under the Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King until in 1924.
Biographical note of the National Assembly of Quebec
- federal political Experiment
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