This Day, April 24, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin
Cleveland Jewish News (blog)
Pierre Laval, the Prime Minister of the Vichy government did not escape punishment. Petain passed away at in 1951at the age of 95. 1861: "When the Richmond Blues left...for war" today, fifteen of its ninety-nine members were Jewish including Ezekiel J.
Quebec premier unveils cabinet
His nomination was greeted positively by the rector at Laval University. “If you look at what Mr. Bolduc did at health, let me ... Christine St-Pierre obtained the prestigious post of International Affairs Minister. Stéphanie Vallée ascended to Justice ...
Couillard names cabinet; warns of tough economic decisions ahead
International Relations and the Francophonie will be served by Christine St-Pierre, while municipal affairs are entrusted to Pierre Moreau. Kathleen Weil returns as head of the Immigration Department, which now includes a diversity and inclusion component.
New faces emerge as Couillard names cabinet
Pierre Moreau: Minister of Municipal Affairs, Minister Responsible for the Montérégie. • Martin Coiteux: Treasury Board President and Minister for Government Administration. • Jacques Daoust: Minister for Economic Development, Innovation and Exports.