Louis Plamondon is the Dean of the House of Commons. This 30-year veteran of the Canadian parliament, who holds the record for longest-serving Francophone federal MP since World War Two, represents the constituents of Bas-Richelieu-Nicolet-Bécancour. First elected to the House as a Progressive Conservative, Louis Plamondon survived several challenges he faced as a member of the Bloc Québécois, a party he co-founded in 1991. He is currently one of only two MPS left in Ottawa representing this party in disarray. CPAC followed him around his Quebec riding.
Danielle joined CPAC in 2007. With 24 years’ experience, Danielle is a versatile journalism professional working in various capacities on our French-language team including as documentary filmmaker, producer and parliamentary correspondent on the Hill. Prior to joining CPAC, Danielle served as a news director with RNC média, in Gatineau (CHOT and CFGS), assignment editor at TVA Montréal, and as a reporter and bureau chief with CHOT-TV.