Ste. Anne de la Pocatere College and Quebec Seminary (Bachelor of Arts, 1936). Laval University (Licentiate of Laws, 1939). Lecturer on Bankruptcy, Laval University, 1950-1962.
Member of Parliament for Quebec-South, 1958-1962. Deputy Speaker, House of Commons, 1959-1962. Minister of Mines, 1961-1962.
Senator, since 1963. Leader of the Opposition in the Senate, 1980-1984. Minister of Justice, 1979-1980.
Working as a partner of FLYNN, RIVARD. Admitted to the bar, 1939, Quebec. 1980, Ontario.
Quebec and Canadian Bar Associations.