Louise Sexton was born in Montreal, where she lived almost her entire life. She holds a Baccalaureate in history and a Master's degree in economic history from UQAM, and also completed a law certificate at Université de Montréal in 2004. Aside from her work, Ms Sexton is currently studying criminology at Université de Montréal at the age of 69.
Currently executive assistant of a halfway house for men on parole since February 2022, she worked as a legal assistant in business law for twenty years and as a project manager at the Parti Québécois headquarters from 1978 to 1984. Deeply committed to standing up for the rights and freedoms of the individual, she joined thousands of other women in defending Dr. Henry Morgentaler and the decriminalization of abortion in Canada in the seventies and eighties.
"I have at heart the defense of our individual freedoms, which I took for granted and which I was shocked to see violated by our governments since 2020 – and perhaps irrevocably since dangerous precedents were set (lockdowns, curfews, vaccine passes, emergency measures law, immobilization of the assets of citizens who supported the freedom convoy, etc.).
As a RPA resident, I was locked up in a 650-square-foot apartment by the Legault government for 23.5 hours a day. Through my involvement, I want to help show that the Conservative Party of Quebec is also a party for seniors, that it listens to them."
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