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MASSUE, Louis Huet, Canadian member of parliament, born in Varennes, Lower Canada, 3 November, 1828. His father, Aired Massue, seigneur of St. Aime, represented the county of Vercheres in the legislative council in 1810. The son was educated at St. Hyacinthe college, afterward became well known as a scientific agriculturist, and has done much to improve the system of farming throughout his native province. He has been for the last six years president of the Council of agriculture of the province of Quebec, is a director of the Provident mutual association of Canada, and was vice-president of the Bank of Jacques Cartier. He was elected to the parliament of Canada in 1878, reelected in 1882, and succeeded Sir Adolphe Caron as leader of the French Canadian conservatives.
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