Following the death of Mr. Bernard Landry, premier of Québec (2001-2003), the Government of Québec is publishing a book of condolences so that all Quebecers and friends of Quebec who wish may express their support to Mr. Landry’s family and loved ones may do so. https://bit.ly/2PkxXOq
The book of condolances is available for anyone wishing to visit the Quebec Government Office in London at 59 Pall Mall SW1Y 5JH London, from the 9th of November until the 16th of November from 9:00 to 17:00, Monday to Friday.
Bernard Landry died on November 6, 2018, at the age of 81. Before assuming the responsibilities of premier of Québec from 2001 to 2003, he had a prolific political career that included heading many government departments linked to economic issues, such as economic development, international relations, trade, and finance.
Elected for the first time in 1976 as a Parti Québécois National Assembly member for the Montréal riding of Fabre, Bernard Landry played a major role in Québec’s political landscape over several decades. He was one of the great builders of modern Québec’s economy and had an undeniable influence on Québec society..
Bernard Landry was a lover of art and culture and, above all, a great teacher who wanted to pass on to Québec’s young people his passion for Québec and profound knowledge of its society as well as his insatiable curiosity about the rest of the world.