Maurice Sauvé

Maurice Sauvé
Maurice Sauvé

 

The Honorable Maurice Sauvé, a member of the “secret committee” of Power Corporation (circa 1967), was born in Montreal on 20 September 1923. Trained at the Fabian-socialist London School of Economics, he was an architect of the so-called “Quiet Revolution” in Quebec which saw the rise of economic development based on State-run (socialized) electricity, and the deconfessionalization of the French Catholic school system into a secular system promoting Marxism.

The economist and “politician” was elected as a federal Liberal MP to the Ottawa House of Commons from the Quebec riding of Îles-de-la-Madeleine. Prime Minister and Soviet Agent Lester Bowles Pearson named Sauvé to the Forestry Ministry.

The wife of “secret committee” man, Jeanne, née Benoit, was made de facto governor general in 1984 by Soviet mole Trudeau under Trudeau’s 1982 coup constitution, which placed Canada under UN supervision and control pending regional union and one-world government. Benoit-Sauvé held her post as personal representative of the de facto Queen under the 1982 coup constitution until 1990.

On leaving politics, Maurice entered the business world, becoming the Chancellor of Ottawa University. He died on Monday, April 13th, 1992.

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L’honorable Maurice Sauvé, né à Montréal le 20 septembre 1923 était un économiste et un homme politique canadien. Penseur de la Révolution tranquille, il fut député libéral de la circonscription des Îles-de-la-Madeleine à la Chambre des communes du Canada, ministre des forêts ainsi qu’époux de Jeanne Sauvé, née Benoit, gouverneur général du Canada (1984-1990). Après avoir quitté la politique, il fit carrière dans le monde des affaires et devint chancelier de l’Université d’Ottawa.

Il est décédé le 13 avril 1992.

 

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