Andre Boisclair (Politician), born on April 14, 1966 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Andre Boisclair's age 56 years & Zodiac Sign Aries, nationality Canadian (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is White. Let's check, How Tall is Andre Boisclair?
Andre Boisclair Bio
Andre Boisclair Height
6 Feet 1 Inches (185.42 cm/1.854 m)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||6 Feet 1 Inches|
|Height (in Centimeters)||185.42 cm|
|Height (in Meters)||1.854 m|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||76 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||167.55 lbs|
Andre Boisclair Body Measurements
Andre Boisclair's full body measurements are 44 inches (111.76 cm) - 14 inches (35.56 cm) - 33 inches (83.82 cm).
|Measurements||44-33-14 inches/ 111.76-83.82-35.56 cm|
|Chest Size||44 inches (111.76 cm)|
|Biceps Size||14 inches (35.56 cm)|
|Waist Size (Male)||33 inches (83.82 cm)|
Andre Boisclair is one of the most famous and trending Politician in the whole world right now. Andre Boisclair was born on April 14, 1966, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Family, Childhood, and Education
Andre Boisclair’s father’s name is Under review and his mother’s name is also unknown at this time.
Andre Boisclair attended Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, a private CEGEP, he became the president of the Federation of Quebec College Students (in French, FECQ). After graduation, he attended Université de Montréal but dropped out after two years.
Andre Boisclair joined the Parti Québécois in 1984, and in the 1989 general election, he was elected to represent the Montreal-area riding of Gouin as a PQ candidate. At 23 years old, he became the youngest member ever elected to the Quebec National Assembly, a record he held until Simon-Pierre Diamond was elected in 2007. He also quickly garnered a reputation as a party animal in Quebec City’s nightlife scene. He served as a cabinet minister from 1998 to 2003, under Parti Québécois (PQ) Premiers Lucien Bouchard and Bernard Landry, holding a variety of high-profile portfolios. During his time in office, Boisclair and his chief of staff, Luc Doray, became the center of a drug and embezzlement scandal. After a routine audit, officials discovered that Doray submitted over $30,000 in false expense reports and authorities later discovered that Doray had used the money to feed his cocaine habit.
Doray pleaded guilty to defrauding the government and during court testimony, it was learned that Boisclair authorized some of the expenses. The ensuing investigation cleared Boisclair of any wrongdoing – he was never accused nor charged with any crime. However, in September 2005, Boisclair admitted to personally using cocaine between 1996 and 2003 while serving as a member of the Quebec legislature. Boisclair continued to serve as a Member of the National Assembly until he resigned in August 2004 to attend the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. At the time of his resignation, Boisclair held the position of opposition parliamentary (house) leader. Boisclair completed the Master’s in Public Administration program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government – a program that does not require students to hold a previous university degree. While at Harvard, Boisclair attended lectures by Michael Ignatieff and kept a blog recording his experience.
After Bernard Landry resigned in June 2005, Boisclair entered the race to succeed Landry as the PQ’s leader. Elected as the sixth leader of the Parti Québécois on November 15, 2005, Boisclair earned 53.8% of the party membership vote as compared to his closest rival, Pauline Marois, who garnered 30.6%. In February 2007, Boisclair promised a dream team of high-profile candidates for the anticipated 2007 general election. Comparing his slate to the l’équipe du Tonnerre (the thunder team) of former premier and Quiet revolution architect Jean Lesage, Boisclair announced that actor Pierre Curzi, former cabinet member Linda Goupil, TV journalist Bernard Drainville, academic Guy Lachapelle, union leader Marc Laviolette, and former Bloc Québécois MPs Richard Marceau and Yvan Loubier composed this team. On February 21, 2007, the Lieutenant-Governor of Quebec, Lise Thibault, dissolved parliament and called a general election for March 26, 2007.
In November 2012, he was named as the new provincial delegate-general in New York City. He was the President and CEO of the Urban development institute of Québec (UDI) – a non-profit organization focused on Quebec’s commercial real estate industry from June 2016 until he resigned amidst allegations of sexual assaults. On May 28, 2020, he was charged with two counts of sexual assault on an unidentified victim: one charge for committing a sexual assault while carrying, using, or threatening to use a weapon, and one charge for being party to a sexual assault with another person. The events are alleged to have occurred in 2014. On June 20, 2022, Boisclair pleaded guilty to the charge of being party to a sexual assault, and to a charge of sexual assault in respect of another victim; the charge of armed sexual assault against the first victim was dropped. A joint sentencing submission of two years less than a day of imprisonment was made, with the judge expected to pass the sentence on July 18.
Relationship/ Affairs And Girlfriend/ Wife
Andre Boisclair is currently single, according to our records. As of 2021, Andre Boisclair is not dating anyone. He had at least 1 relationship previously. He has not been previously engaged.
We are currently in process of looking up information on the previous dates and hookups. Andre Boisclair doesn’t have a girlfriend right now.
Andre Boisclair Net Worth And Salary
As of 2022, the estimated Andre Boisclair’s net worth is $49 USD. His major source of income is his political career. Andre Boisclair’s salary as of 2022 is $3.5 million per year.
Social Media Profile
Andre Boisclair is active on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts. He has more than 12k followers on Twitter and more than 23k followers on Instagram.
Trivia: Andre Boisclair Facts
* Andre Boisclair won the Parti Québécois leadership election on November 15, 2005.
* On June 19, 2022, Boisclair pled guilty to two counts of sexual assault in separate episodes involving two young men.
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