Born in Montréal on July 23, 1918, of Joseph-Noël, furniture merchant, and of Hertorine Narbonne.
Camille Archambault did his primary studies at the Québec Academy of Outremont and his classical studies at Séraphique College in Ottawa. After which he took courses at the Faculty of Social Sciences in economics and politics at the Université de Montréal.
Camille devoted himself and fought all his life regarding the influence of the transport industry at the procincial and national levels. He was well known internationally, and has been invited to speak at several international conferences.
During his retirement Camille became interested in genealogy, and in 1983 founds our association. He became Secretary of the Federation of the Founding Families of Québec, and President and Founder of the Assembly of Family Associations which participated in the celebrations of the 350th anniversary of the founding of Montréal.
He lived in at Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts, he was active on the local scene and was Vice President of the Golden Fleece Club (Club de la Toison d’Or.) He was responsible for the organization’s publicity and for group travel. He died on June 18, 2002.
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