Sylvie Boucher

Beauport­-Côte-­de-­Beaupré-­Île d’Orléans-­Charlevoix

Conservative

Sylvie Boucher was first elected to the House of Commons in 2006 in the riding of Beauport–Limoilou. After being defeated in 2011, she was re­-elected in 2015 in the new riding of Beauport-­Côte-­de-­Beaupré­-Île d’Orléans-­Charlevoix. She has been named the Official Opposition Critic for La Francophonie.

Boucher has previously served as the Parliamentary Secretary to the Prime Minister, as Parliamentary Secretary for La Francophonie and Official Languages and as Parliamentary Secretary for Status of Women.

Before entering politics, Boucher worked in the private sector specializing in marketing and sales. She also worked in Quebec’s National Assembly, and served as Assistant Chief of Staff to the federal Minister of Tourism.

Boucher is a mother of two. She has studied office systems technology, gerontology, information technology and literature.


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