Quebec

Sonia LeBel

Minister Responsible for Government Administration
Chair of the Conseil du trésor
Minister Responsible for Democratic Institutions and Electoral Reform
Minister Responsible for Canadian Relations and the Canadian Francophonie

Sonia LeBel studied law at the Université de Montréal and passed the Bar in 1991. She worked as a criminal and penal prosecuting attorney for over 20 years.

She became known to the general public by acting as chief prosecutor at the Charbonneau Commission from 2012 to 2015.

In 2016, she agreed to join François Legault’s team, then the Second Opposition Group (Coalition Avenir Québec). In the 2018 election, she was elected Member for Champlain under the banner of the Coalition Avenir Québec.

François Legault appointed her Minister of Justice, Attorney General of Quebec, Minister Responsible for Canadian Relations and the Canadian Francophonie, Minister Responsible for the Status of Women and Minister Responsible for Democratic Institutions, Electoral Reform and Access to Information.

During her mandate as Minister of Justice, Ms. LeBel passed three bills. Bill 6, an Act to transfer responsibility for the registry of lobbyists to the Lobbyists Commissioner and to implement the Charbonneau Commission recommendation on the prescription period for bringing penal proceedings; Bill 32, an Act mainly to promote the efficiency of penal justice; and Bill 55, an Act to amend the Civil Code, in particular to make civil actions for sexual aggression, violence suffered during childhood and spousal violence imprescriptible. She also established the committee of elected officials and an expert committee on support for victims of sexual assault and domestic violence.

Currently, Ms. LeBel is the Minister Responsible for Government Administration, Chair of the Conseil du trésor, Minister Responsible for Democratic Institutions and Electoral Reform and Minister Responsible for Canadian Relations and the Canadian Francophonie.

Quebec

Sonia LeBel

Minister Responsible for Government Administration
Chair of the Conseil du trésor
Minister Responsible for Democratic Institutions and Electoral Reform
Minister Responsible for Canadian Relations and the Canadian Francophonie

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