Cauchon

Cauchon is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Pierre Cauchon (1371 - 1442), bishop of Beauvais
  • Joseph Édouard Cauchon (1816 – 1885), Quebec politician
  • Martin Cauchon (born 1962), Canadian politician
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Pierre Cauchon - New Appointment
... Cauchon could not hope to go back to Beauvais, which had fallen under French control ... In December, Cauchon accompanied the Cardinal of Winchester to crown young king Henry VI in Paris ... de Richemont returned to favor with Charles VII in 1436, Cauchon went as ambassador to the Council of Basel ...
Martin Cauchon
... Martin Cauchon, PC (born August 23, 1962) is a Canadian lawyer and politician in Quebec Canada ... Cauchon was born in La Malbaie, Quebec and studied law at the University of Ottawa and the University of Exeter ... Cauchon is currently a partner with the law firm of Heenan Blaikie, a major inter-provincial Canadian law firm ...
Joseph Édouard Cauchon
... Joseph Édouard Cauchon, PC (December 31, 1816 – February 23, 1885) was a prominent Quebec politician in the middle years of the nineteenth-century ... Born to a well-established family of seigneurs, Cauchon received a classical education at the Petit Séminaire of Quebec from 1830 to 1839, and subsequently ... Cauchon himself entered political life in 1844, winning election for the riding of Montmorency in the Province of Canada's legislature ...
Martin Cauchon - Electoral Record
... Thomas Mulcair 21,906 56.37 +16.84 Liberal Martin Cauchon 9,204 23.69 -9.39 Conservative Rodolphe Husny 3,408 8.77 -1.76 Bloc Québécois Élise Daoust 3,199 8.23 -4 ...
Martin Cauchon - Politics
... Cauchon first ran for public office in the 1988 federal election when he challenged Prime Minister Brian Mulroney in the riding of Charlevoix ... In the 1993 federal election Cauchon once again sought a seat in the Canadian House of Commons ... Cauchon was appointed Secretary of State for the Federal Office of Regional Development - Quebec by Prime Minister Jean Chrétien in 1996 ...