Bernard Cleary (born May 8, 1937 in Mashteuiatsh, Quebec) is a Canadian politician. Cleary was first elected to the House of Commons of Canada in the 2004 Canadian federal election. He was the Bloc Québécois member of parliament for the riding of Louis-Saint-Laurent. He was the Bloc's critic to the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Prior to being elected, Cleary was a businessman, chief negotiator, journalist and professor. In 2006, he was defeated by Josée Verner from the Conservative Party of Canada.

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  • Bernard Cleary (born May 8, 1937 in Mashteuiatsh, Quebec) is a Canadian politician. Cleary was first elected to the House of Commons of Canada in the 2004 Canadian federal election. He was the Bloc Québécois member of parliament for the riding of Louis-Saint-Laurent. He was the Bloc's critic to the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Prior to being elected, Cleary was a businessman, chief negotiator, journalist and professor. In 2006, he was defeated by Josée Verner from the Conservative Party of Canada. He was the first person of Aboriginal descent to be elected in Quebec, as well as the first Innu person elected from any province, to the House of Commons. (en)
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  • Bernard Cleary (born May 8, 1937 in Mashteuiatsh, Quebec) is a Canadian politician. Cleary was first elected to the House of Commons of Canada in the 2004 Canadian federal election. He was the Bloc Québécois member of parliament for the riding of Louis-Saint-Laurent. He was the Bloc's critic to the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development. Prior to being elected, Cleary was a businessman, chief negotiator, journalist and professor. In 2006, he was defeated by Josée Verner from the Conservative Party of Canada. (en)
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