A lawyer by profession, Sonia LeBel has made a noteworthy appearance as chief prosecutor at the Charbonneau Commission, where she became known to the general public for her rigor and fighting spirit, but also for her sense of humor. The fight against collusion and corruption is an important cause for her.

A law graduate from the University of Montreal, Sonia worked for more than 20 years with the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP), where she specialized in criminal law and drug-related offenses and organized crime. She has been a member of the Offenses Committee of the Montreal Bar for fifteen years.

Sonia LeBel joined the CAQ in 2017 as assistant executive director of the cabinet of François Legault. She’s currently running for election in Champlain, in the Mauricie region, where she holds ties, to defend the voice of citizens in the National Assembly and to bring real change to Quebec.

Contact this MNA :
580 rue Barkoff, Suite 210-211
Trois-Rivières (Québec) G8T 9T7

44, chemin Rivière-à-Veillet, Bureau 130
Sainte-Geneviève-de-Batiscan (Québec) G0X 2R0
819 694-4600