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Louis Audet-Lapointe (May 16, 1860 – February 7, 1920) was a liquor merchant, wholesaler and political figure in Quebec. He represented St. James in the Canadian House of Commons from 1911 to 1920 as a Liberal.[1] He was born in Contrecœur, Canada East, the son of Louis Audet-Lapointe and Marguerite-Adéas Dupré, and was educated in Terrebonne, at the Collège de Varennes and at the Montreal Business College. In 1879, he married Léocadie-Azilda Brunet.[2] He served as a member of the city council for Montreal from 1900 to 1916. He was re-elected in 1917 as a Laurier Liberal. Audet-Lapointe died in office at the age of 59.[1] References ^ a b Louis Audet Lapointe - Parliament of Canada biography ^ Audet, Francis-Joseph (1940). Contrecoeur : famille, seigneurie, paroisse, village. p. 65. Retrieved 2009-08-15.  (French) Persondata Name Audet-Lapointe, Louis Alternative names Short description Date of birth May 16, 1860 Place of birth Date of death February 7, 1920 Place of death This article about a Quebec Member of Parliament from the Liberal Party of Canada is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e