After graduation he attended the University of Montreal, but dropped out after two years. As a result, Boisclair does not possess an undergraduate degree….At 23 years old, he became the youngest member ever elected to the Quebec National Assembly. He also quickly garnered a reputation as a party animal in Quebec City’s night-life scene.…
Boisclair completed the Master’s in Public Administration program at the John F. Kennedy School of Government – a program that does not require students to hold a previous university degree. While at Harvard, Boisclair attended lectures by Michael Ignatieff and kept a blog recording his experience.
Incidentally, if Boisclair becomes the Premier of Quebec, he would become the first openly gay person elected as a North American head of government. Boisclair already stands as the first openly gay politician in Canada to win the leadership of a party with legislative representation.
Read it here.
They also have one on John James Charest, known as Jean Charest here.
Bloc Québécois MP Suzanne Tremblay attacked Charest by saying, “Il s’appelle John, pas Jean!” (His name is John, not Jean!). Mr. Charest answered, ironically : “When you’ll have curled hair like me, you’ll decide what my first name is.”