1929 – Born in Quebec. Canadian Quebecois administrator and banker.
– Economic adviser to René Lévesque and helped to nationalize electricity.
– He was the first francophone to become president of the Montreal stock exchange.
1976-1979 – President of the Provincial Bank of Canada.
– Provincial Bank of Canada merged with Banque canadienne nationale to form the National Bank of Canada, he became the first President of the merged organization.
– Co-chairman of the Commission on the Political and Constitutional Future of Quebec, known as the Belanger-Campeau Commission.
1976 – He was made an Officer of the Order of Canada.
1993 – Promoted to Companion.
1997 – Died on December 1st.