Eric Boucher

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Eric Boucher

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Nationality Flag-Canada.jpg Canadian
National rank 122
Date of birth 15 June 2008
Residence Quebec
Sex Male
Political party Canadiens Francophones
Mayor of Quebec
June 21, 2008 – October 20, 2008
Preceded by Cmkslivt
Party president of Bloc Populaire du Quebec
October 16, 2008 – December 25, 2008
Preceded by Miloslav
Succeeded by Miloslav
Congress member of Canada
April 26, 2009 – June 25, 2009
Military rank Icon rank General***.png General***
Aircraft rank Senior airman 5.png Senior Airman*****

Eric Boucher is a Canadian citizen born in June 2008. He died one year later, but he was revived in Autumn 2009.


He has served four terms as mayor of Quebec, he was also one of the signees of the Constitution of Canada - 2008.
He was the founder of Parti Quebecois and led several times as the party president of Bloc Populaire du Quebec.
In May 2009, he was elected into a Congress of Canada and after completing his first term, he stood for reelection. He was reelected and has served his first two consecutive terms in Congress of Canada.

Today, Eric has collected 42 terms as Congressman of Canada, and is currently a member of Canadiens Francophones, where he served as the Councillor of the party.


Eric is not particularly active in the military segment of the game, mostly fighting on his own.


Bonneville was one of his employers in the early days. He is a valued employee, who received 59 Hard Worker Medals.


L'Avenir QC is the name of the newspaper published by Eric Boucher.