|Is|| Pastor |
|Politics||Christian Heritage Party of Canada|
Jean Blaquière, a Pentecostal pastor, was a candidate for the Christian Heritage Party of Canada in the Canadian federal election of 1993, and won the party leadership in March 1994 at a Vancouver convention, in a race with two other contenders.
Blaquière chose to step down at the next convention in November 1995 in London, Ontario, and was succeeded by Ron Gray.
|1993 federal||Vercheres||CHP||476||0.8%||5/6||Stephane Bergeron Bloc Québécois|
|February 1995 byelection||Brome–Missisquoi||CHP||126||0.3%||6/10||Denis Paradis Liberal|