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GEOFFRION, Felix P. C., Canadian states-mere, born in Varennes, Quebec, 4 October, 1832. He was registrar for Vercheres from 1854 to 1863, and has been president of the Montreal, Chambly, and Sorel railway. He represented Vercheres in the Canada assembly from 1863 till the union, when he was elected to the Dominion parliament, he moved for a select committee in 1874 to inquire into the causes of the difficulties in the Northwest territory, of which committee he became chairman, and prepared the report which was submitted to parliament. In July, 1874, he was appointed minister of inland revenue, and was re-elected by acclamation. He resigned his portfolio in consequence of illness in December, 1876, retaining, however, his seat in parliament. He was re-elected in 1878, and again in 1882.
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