After a decade in Ottawa, Deputy Conservative Party Leader Denis Lebel is leaving sovereign politics.
The 63-year-old MP for a Quebec roving of Lac-Saint-Jean will rigourously make a proclamation during 11 a.m. in Roberval.
Lebel, a former mayor of Roberval, was initial inaugurated to the Canadian House of Commons in 2007.
He was allocated by afterwards primary minister Stephen Harper as apportion of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for a Regions of Quebec. He was promoted to ride apportion in 2011 though shuffled out shortly after a Lac-Megantic sight disaster.
Lebel was Harper’s Quebec major and served as apportion of infrastructure, communities and intergovernmental affairs.
His destiny skeleton are not nonetheless known.