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  • Hélène David
    Hélène David (born 1953) is a Canadian politician, who was elected to the National Assembly of Quebec in the 2014 provincial election. She represented the electoral district of Outremont from 2014 to...
  • Laurent-Olivier David (1840 - 1926)
    Laurent-Olivier David (March 24, 1840 – August 24, 1926) was a Canadian journalist, lawyer, and politician. Born in Sault-au-Récollet, Montreal, Quebec, the son of Stanislas David and Élisabeth Trem...
  • Louis-Anasthase David (1882 - 1953)
    Louis-Athanase David (June 24, 1882 – January 26, 1953) was a Canadian lawyer, politician, and businessman. He was a cabinet minister in the Provincial Parliament of Quebec, representing the riding o...
  • William Alexander Weir (1858 - 1929)
    Alexander Weir (October 15, 1858 – October 22, 1929) was a Quebec lawyer, politician, and judge. He was the MLA for Argenteuil in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec from 1897–1910, held several ministr...
  • Honoré Mercier (1875 - 1937)
    A étudié au collège Sainte-Marie et à l'université Laval à Montréal. Admis au barreau de la province de Québec le 11 juillet 1900. Créé conseil en loi du roi le 26 avril 1913.Exerça d'abord seul sa pro...

The Quebec Liberal Party (French: Parti libéral du Québec, PLQ) is a federalist provincial political party in Quebec, Canada. It has been independent of the federal Liberal Party of Canada since 1955.

The party has traditionally supported a form of Quebec federalism that supports Quebec remaining within the Canadian federation while also supporting reforms that would allow Quebec substantial autonomy. While the party has been described as centre-right in the context of Canadian politics, the party believes in a strong role for government in the economy and supports socially liberal policies. Also the party has had a prominent social-democratic faction within it that was historically prominent in the party during the Quiet Revolution.

The Quebec Liberals have always been associated with the colour red; each of their main opponents in different eras have been generally associated with the colour blue.