The national capital Commission of Quebec: The government Couillard called a liberal of long-standing
Stevens LeBlanc/JOURNAL DE QUEBE
Françoise Mercure, president and CEO outbound
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 22:00
Wednesday, September 6, 2017 22:06
Look at this article
The government Couillard replaces Françoise Mercure, named in 2012 by the government of Pauline Marois at the head of the national capital Commission of Québec by the liberal long-time Marie-Claire Ouellet.
Ms. Ouellet, who has been secretary general to the government communication from 2005 to 2012 under the era of Jean Charest, will post on the 11th of September next.
The one which at the time had been discarded by the government Marois currently occupied the position of associate deputy minister at the ministère des Relations internationales et de la Francophonie.
Beaten by Hamad
For her part, Françoise Mercure had been a candidate for the Parti québécois in a by-election in 2008 and was then presented a few months later in Louis-Hébert.
She had finally been defeated by Sam Hamad.