1922-1987. A distinguished journalist, dating back to World War II; post-war, he worked for many years for Radio-Canada, the en français wing of the CBC. Part of the "Quiet Revolution" (alongside the likes of Pierre Trudeau) that brought Québec into the 20th Century following the Maurice Duplessis years - he was a member of the Liberal Party at the time, and served, for a while, in provincial government. He broke with the Liberals and formed the Parti Québécois, which soon became the main separatist party, and, in 1976 the governing party. (We will get to that later, perhaps).