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| Michel Belanger |
|Born||September 10, 1929|
|Died||December 1, 1997 (Age 68)|
|Member of||Trilateral Commission|
Canadian businessman and banker. Trilateral, 1968 and 1989 Bilderbergs
Michel Belanger was a Canadian businessman and banker.
He was an economic adviser to René Lévesque and helped to nationalize electricity. He was the first Francophone to become president of the Montreal stock exchange.
From 1976 until 1979, he was President of the Provincial Bank of Canada. After the Provincial Bank of Canada merged with Banque canadienne nationale to form the National Bank of Canada, he became the first President of the merged organization.
As a federalist, he was co-chairman of the Commission on the Political and Constitutional Future of Quebec, known as the Belanger-Campeau Commission.
In 1976 he was made an Officer of the Order of Canada and was promoted to Companion in 1993.
- "Michel Bélanger (1929-1997) Fonctionnaire, homme d'affaires (in French)". Bilan du siècle. Retrieved September 25, 2005.
- "THE LATE MICHEL BÉLANGER". Hansard, Tuesday, December 2, 1997. Retrieved September 25, 2005.
Events Participated in
|Bilderberg/1968||26 April 1968||28 April 1968||Canada|
|The 17th Bilderberg and the 2nd in Canada|
|Bilderberg/1989||12 May 1989||14 May 1989||Spain|
La Toja Island
|37th Bilderberg meeting, 110 guests|