Luc Harvey

Luc Harvey (born April 4, 1964) is a Canadian politician and the former Member of Parliament for the riding of Louis-Hébert in Quebec from 2006 to 2008. He served as the leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec from January to September 2012. Harvey was born in Chicoutimi, Quebec.

Luc Harvey
Leader of the Conservative Party of Quebec
In office
January 18, 2012  September 11, 2012
Preceded bySerge Fontaine
Succeeded byAlbert De Martin (interim)
Member of the Parliament
for Louis-Hébert
In office
January 23, 2006  October 14, 2008
Preceded byRoger Clavet
Succeeded byPascal-Pierre Paillé
Personal details
Luc Harvey

(1964-04-04) April 4, 1964
Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada
Political partyConservative Party of Quebec (2012–present)
Other political
Conservative Party of Canada (2006–present)
Spouse(s)Betty Harvey
Children6, including Magali Harvey
ResidenceQuebec City
Alma materUniversité Laval
ProfessionBusiness manager/computer engineer

In 2006, he ran for office as a member of the Conservative Party against Bloc Québécois politician Roger Clavet and won with 34.22% of the vote. He graduated from Université Laval with a Bachelor's degree in Political Science degree and studied English literature at the University of Guelph. Prior to being elected, he was in charge of business strategies at Centre Financier ASSEP, a life insurance broker. Harvey was ultimately defeated by Bloc candidate Pascal-Pierre Paillé during this election.[1]

Luc Harvey has also worked on developing an electronic system designed for aircraft engines experimental air plane (with Denis Lambert and André Beaudoin). Winner at the EAA Air Venture Oshkosh show.

In 2011, Luc Harvey bought an old mansion that was converted into a daycare centre. Located less than 2 km of the bridges of Quebec, this centre will be able to receive nearly 160 children in the summer of 2012.

During his free time he worked on the development of the controller shower Geni which he is one of the owners of the patent.


  1. "Tories keep a grip on Quebec City". CBC News. October 15, 2008. Retrieved 2018-05-29.

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