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Senator Télesphore-Damien Bouchard. The Devil from Saint-Hyacinthe

By , retired professor of Pediatric Surgery, McGill University

With a political career spanning nearly half a century, Télesphore-Damien Bouchard (1881-1962) was an advocate for progress in Quebec’s history. He began his political life in 1905 becoming an alderman in his native city of Saint-Hyacinthe. That year he also became owner and publisher of the Liberal Newspaper in Saint-Hyacinthe, L’Union.

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Frank Guttman is a retired professor of Pediatric Surgery at McGill University and former head of the department at the Montreal Children’s Hospital.

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