André Drouin, Canadian politician, Died at 70


André Drouin was born in 1947 and died on April 2, 2017.
He was a Canadian politician.
He served as a city councillor in Hérouxville, Quebec.
Drouin was best known as the author of the controversial Hérouxville Standards, a document which sparked national debate in 2007 over the principle of providing reasonable accommodation for cultural and religious diversity.
He was elected as the councilmember for Hérouxville’s Electoral District No. 6 in 2005.
André Drouin passed away at 70 years old.