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A few days later on a radio interview, he criticized the feasibility study by Ernst & Young to express opposition to the investment by stating that makes little financial sense.
It had been rumoured that Conservative Party insiders wanted Bernier to take over as leader of the ADQ if Stephen Harper's preferred choice, Mario Dumont, became Quebec lieutenant.
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Bernier was one of the higher-profile freshman MPs from Quebec, and as such, on February 6, 2006, was appointed Minister of Industry and minister responsible for Statistics Canada, and by virtue of being appointed as the Minister of Industry, he also served as the Registrar General.
James Cowan from Canadian Business, called Bernier tenure " a golden age", by pointed out that his work on attracting investment was laudable while criticizing anyone who considered Bernier a lightweight.
Following the Conservatives' defeat in the 2015 election, he served as opposition critic for Innovation, Science and Economic Development in the shadow cabinets of Rona Ambrose and Andrew Scheer, until June 12, 2018.
He ran in the 2017 Conservative Party of Canada leadership election, and came in a close second with over 49% of the vote in the 13th round, after leading the eventual winner, Andrew Scheer, in the first 12 rounds.
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He is the second oldest child and has two sisters, Brigitte and Caroline, and a brother, Gilles Jr.
In his teens, Bernier played football as a member of the Condors, the team of the Séminaire St-Georges, that won the Bol d’Or in 1980 at the Olympic Stadium.
and his support for provincial jurisdictions (which earned him an endorsement from former Social Credit party leader Fabien Roy) were factors in his win.
Some political pundits believed Bernier's ideas led to the unexpected Conservative breakthrough in Quebec during the election.