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Emmanuel Dubourg

Liberal MP for Bourassa since November 2013, National Revenue Critic

Born in Saint-Marc, Haïti in 1958, Emmanuel Dubourg immigrated to Montreal in 1974. He completed his high school in Montréal-Nord and got his Accounting degree from l’Université du Québec in Montreal (UQAM). He redeived his Executive MBA also from l’UQAM and masterfully completed the highly regarded “triple play”: Certified Management Accountant (CMA), Certified General Accountant (CGA) with a mention for finishing 3rd in Québec’s exams and The Ordre des comptables agréés du Québec (CA). He received his Fellow from l’Ordre des comptables agréés du Québec in May 2014.
Mr. Dubourg began his professional career in 1985 as auditor in one of the largest Canadian accounting firm, after which he began a remarkable 20 year career in the federal public service, notably as leader of the team assembled to help uncover the underground economy. This was followed by his appointment as advisor to the Assistant Commissioner.
While pursuing his public service career, Mr. Dubourg taught at the collegial and post-secondary levels and acted as a consultant internationally in the accounting, financial and fiscal areas.
Well known for his commitment to learning and for inspiring students to acquire skills using adapted tools and targeted teaching approaches, Mr. Dubourg was principally singled out when he put together a Handbook on procedures and a Code of Ethics for inspectors which he trained as auditors. He is the recipient of many honors and awards including the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, the Governor General’s Award, an honor award from l’UQAM and the CA Émérite award .
Mr. Dubourg was elected Liberal Member of the National Assembly for Viau in the 2007 provincial election. He was first appointed parliamentary secretary to the Minister of Emploi et Solidarité sociale then Parliamentary secretary to the Minister of Finance. Reelected in 2008 and 2012, he decided to run federally for the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) in the November 2013 Bourassa by-election, which he won. He is now the National Revenue Critic for the Liberal Party of Canada.
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The Conservatives Want to Compromise the Protection of Personal Information

We must deny the Conservatives permission to allow the transmission of personal information without the authorization of a judge, under the pretense of combating tax evasion. Instead, they should focus their energies in countering the scourge of tax havens, where they could recover billions of dollars.
05/28/2014 12:51 EDT