Aline Chaîne-Chrétien (né le 14 mai 1936) est la femme du 20e premier ministre du Canada de 1993 à 2003 Jean Chrétien. Elle est née à Saint-Boniface-de-Shawinigan au Québec. Elle épouse Jean Chrétien alors qu'il est avocat le 10 septembre 1957. Ils ont trois enfants.Portail du Québec Portail du Québec Portail de la politique canadienne Portail de la politique canadienne

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  • Aline Chaîne-Chrétien (né le 14 mai 1936) est la femme du 20e premier ministre du Canada de 1993 à 2003 Jean Chrétien. Elle est née à Saint-Boniface-de-Shawinigan au Québec. Elle épouse Jean Chrétien alors qu'il est avocat le 10 septembre 1957. Ils ont trois enfants.Portail du Québec Portail du Québec Portail de la politique canadienne Portail de la politique canadienne
  • Aline Chrétien (born May 14, 1936) is the wife of Canada's twentieth Prime Minister, Jean Chrétien.Born Aline Chaîné in Saint-Boniface-de-Shawinigan, Quebec, she married lawyer Jean Chrétien on September 10, 1957. They have two sons, Hubert and Michel Chrétien, and one daughter France Chrétien Desmarais.Fluent in Italian, Spanish, English, and French, Aline Chrétien has been active in a number of charitable organizations over the years since her husband was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons in 1963. In addition to her keen interest in languages, Madame Chrétien took piano courses during her 50s, and has become an advocate for The Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto.On November 5, 1995, an intruder, André Dallaire, broke into the Prime Minister's residence at 24 Sussex Drive, in Ottawa, Ontario. Awake next to her sleeping husband, Aline Chrétien confronted the intruder at their bedroom door. Seeing that he was armed with a large knife, she slammed the door and locked it, then woke her husband.Her husband sought out her advice often. Maclean's magazine in 1996 listed her first among his most influential advisors, saying "Never mind calling her the power behind the throne—she shares the seat of power." In 2000, Allan Fotheringham in the same magazine described Jean and Aline Chrétien as the two "most powerful" politicians in Canada, above Eddie Goldenberg and Jean Pelletier.Jean Chrétien has publicly stated that she is his key advisor. He once joked that Canada is run exclusively by women: the monarch, the Governor General and the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court were all women, and Madame Chrétien was pulling the strings of the Prime Minister. He made similar jokes often, once telling a reporter that he did not know when the next election would be because he had not yet asked Aline. In her role as the prime minister's spouse, she went to the memorial of the victim of the W. R. Myers High School shooting in 1999, along with Alberta Premier Ralph Klein, Opposition Leader Preston Manning, and the Attorney General of Canada Anne McLellan.On September 22, 2010, she was named as first-ever chancellor of Laurentian University, a bilingual educational institution in Sudbury, Ontario.
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  • Aline Chaîne-Chrétien (né le 14 mai 1936) est la femme du 20e premier ministre du Canada de 1993 à 2003 Jean Chrétien. Elle est née à Saint-Boniface-de-Shawinigan au Québec. Elle épouse Jean Chrétien alors qu'il est avocat le 10 septembre 1957. Ils ont trois enfants.Portail du Québec Portail du Québec Portail de la politique canadienne Portail de la politique canadienne
  • Aline Chrétien (born May 14, 1936) is the wife of Canada's twentieth Prime Minister, Jean Chrétien.Born Aline Chaîné in Saint-Boniface-de-Shawinigan, Quebec, she married lawyer Jean Chrétien on September 10, 1957.
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