Guy Leblanc

Guy Leblanc was a politician from Quebec, Canada and a former Mayor of Trois-Rivières.[1]


He was born around 1947 and is a notary.

City Councillor

He was elected to the Trois-Rivières City Council in 1982 and was re-elected in 1986.

Mayor of Trois-Rivières

After Mayor Gilles Beaudoin announced that he would retire from politics in 1990, Leblanc made the decision to run for Mayor of Trois-Rivières and won. He was re-elected in 1994 and 1998. He did not run for re-election in 2001.

Provincial Politics

He also ran as a Liberal candidate in 1998 in the provincial district of Trois-Rivières against Parti Québécois incumbent Guy Julien. Julien was re-elected by a large margin.


Political offices
Preceded by
Gilles Beaudoin
Mayor of Trois-Rivières
Succeeded by
Yves Lévesque

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