Second Opposition Group critic for labour
Marc Picard has been the MNA for Chutes-de-la-Chaudière since 2003. He is very socially involved and has been active in matters of community, schools and unions. Before his election, he served as councillor for Saint-Jean-Chrysostome and the city of Lévis and worked for Revenue Quebec for 25 years.
After being elected with the ADQ, he served as house leader for that party. He was then elected third vice-president of the National Assembly as well as ADQ opposition critic for family and seniors, environment and natural resources, culture and communications, immigration and cultural communities, revenue, and government services.
In 2012 and 2014, voters in his riding continued to support him when he joined the Coalition Avenir Québec. Along with being elected twice as the chair of the Committee on Citizen Relations, he was also given responsibility for public administration and public security. Elected five times, Marc Picard has continued the commitment he started in 2003 through a constant presence in the community and his active work to develop the Chutes-de-la-Chaudière riding.
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