Victor Charles Goldbloom, O.C., O.Q. (31 juillet 1923 à Montréal - ) est un médecin et homme politique québécois.Il est diplômé en médecine de l'Université McGill (1945) et il y a enseigné la pédiatrie pendant plusieurs années. Il est élu gouverneur de ce qui est aujourd'hui le Collège des médecins du Québec en 1962.

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  • Victor Charles Goldbloom, O.C., O.Q. (31 juillet 1923 à Montréal - ) est un médecin et homme politique québécois.Il est diplômé en médecine de l'Université McGill (1945) et il y a enseigné la pédiatrie pendant plusieurs années. Il est élu gouverneur de ce qui est aujourd'hui le Collège des médecins du Québec en 1962.
  • Victor Charles Goldbloom, CC OQ (born July 31, 1923) is a Canadian pediatrician, lecturer, and politician.He was born in Montreal, the son of Alton Goldbloom and Annie Ballon. He studied at Selwyn House and Lower Canada College. He studied at McGill University receiving his BSc in 1944, his MD in 1945, his DipEd in 1950 and his DLitt in 1992. Dr. Goldbloom was assistant resident at the Babies' Hospital of the Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, in New York.He was elected in 1966 as the MNA for the Montreal riding of D'Arcy-McGee. He was re-elected in 1970, 1973, and 1976. While Robert Bourassa was Premier of Quebec, Goldbloom was Minister of State responsible for Quality of Environment (1970–73), Minister of Municipal Affairs and Minister of Environment (1973). He was the first member of the Jewish community to become a cabinet minister. He resigned on October 16, 1979 after Claude Ryan became leader.After politics, from 1980 to 1987, he was CEO of the Canadian Council of Christians and Jews. From 1991 until 1999, he was Canada's Commissioner of Official Languages.In June, 1948, he married Sheila (born Barshay-Rothstein), of New York and Peekskill, at the Society for the Advancement of Judaism . His sons are Michael Goldbloom, former publisher of the Toronto Star and the Montreal Gazette and Jonathan Goldbloom, founder and president of Jonathan Goldbloom & Associates. His daughter, Susan Restler, lives in Brooklyn, New York.In 2009, he expressed grave concerns on the state of Catholic-Jewish relations after the lifting of the excommunications of the bishops of the Society of Saint Pius X.
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  • Victor Charles Goldbloom, CC OQ (born July 31, 1923) is a Canadian pediatrician, lecturer, and politician.He was born in Montreal, the son of Alton Goldbloom and Annie Ballon. He studied at Selwyn House and Lower Canada College. He studied at McGill University receiving his BSc in 1944, his MD in 1945, his DipEd in 1950 and his DLitt in 1992. Dr.
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