Lisette Lapointe (born 1943 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Quebec politician, journalist and teacher. She is the wife of Jacques Parizeau, former Premier of Quebec, Canada. She was elected to the National Assembly of Quebec as a candidate for the Parti Québécois in the provincial riding of Crémazie in the 2007 general election.
Prior to her entry into politics, following in the footsteps of her husband, Lapointe worked as a teacher at the secondary level. She was also a director at a local car shop, a journalist at a Mascouche newspaper and was the political aide for the Minister of Social Development and the former MNA of L'Assomption. After the 2007 elections, she was named on April 25, 2007 the PQ's critic in employment and social solidarity.
Back to School with Heads Held High: Marcelle and Jean Coutu Foundation, TELUS and La Presse Join Forces with Welcome Hall Mission to Fight Against the School Dropout Phenomena
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