Rodolphe Forget (né à Terrebonne, (Québec) le 10 décembre 1861 et mort à Montréal le 19 février 1919), est un homme d'affaires et politicien canadien. Il fut un des rares canadiens-français à connaître un grand succès d'affaires au XIXe siècle et au début du XXe siècle.

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  • Rodolphe Forget (né à Terrebonne, (Québec) le 10 décembre 1861 et mort à Montréal le 19 février 1919), est un homme d'affaires et politicien canadien. Il fut un des rares canadiens-français à connaître un grand succès d'affaires au XIXe siècle et au début du XXe siècle.
  • Colonel Sir Joseph David Rodolphe Forget (December 10, 1861 – February 19, 1919) was an important Canadian business investor, stockbroker, and politician. He held national directorships and had major investments in energy companies as well as industrial concerns and railway companies in the Provinces of Quebec and Ontario.Born at Terrebonne in what was then known as Canada East, he was the only son of David Rodolphe Forget, a lawyer at Terrebonne, the brother of The Hon. Louis-Joseph Forget. His mother, Angele Limoges, was the half-sister of The Hon. Sir Louis-Olivier Taillon, 8th Prime Minister of Quebec. The Forgets were long settled in Quebec, having come there from Normandy in 1650.Rodolphe Forget became one of the most influential and controversial businessmen of his era in Quebec. With wide-ranging business interests, in 1899 one of his companies built the Manoir Richelieu at La Malbaie, Quebec. During the early 1900s, Rodolphe Forget with his uncle Louis-Joseph Forget and Forget family investments controlled the very important Montreal Light, Heat & Power Company. Rodolphe Forget served as chairman of the Board of Directors of the Montreal Stock Exchange from 1907 to 1909.Forget was elected as a Conservative to the 10th Canadian Parliament for the Charlevoix riding in 1904, serving for more than thirteen years.Rodolphe Forget died in 1919 at the age of fifty-seven and was buried in the Roman Catholic Cimetière Notre-Dame-des-Neiges in Montreal. His home in Montreal's Golden Square Mile still stands today. He was the father of Thérèse Casgrain.
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  • Rodolphe Forget (né à Terrebonne, (Québec) le 10 décembre 1861 et mort à Montréal le 19 février 1919), est un homme d'affaires et politicien canadien. Il fut un des rares canadiens-français à connaître un grand succès d'affaires au XIXe siècle et au début du XXe siècle.
  • Colonel Sir Joseph David Rodolphe Forget (December 10, 1861 – February 19, 1919) was an important Canadian business investor, stockbroker, and politician. He held national directorships and had major investments in energy companies as well as industrial concerns and railway companies in the Provinces of Quebec and Ontario.Born at Terrebonne in what was then known as Canada East, he was the only son of David Rodolphe Forget, a lawyer at Terrebonne, the brother of The Hon. Louis-Joseph Forget.
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