Canadian politician who was simply an associate of Canadian Parliament for Lotbiniere from 1917 until 1925 and an associate of Canadian Parliament for Outremont from 1935 until 1942. He went to the Royal Armed forces University of Canada in Kingston, Ontario and researched law at the faculty de Levis. He was the Deputy Loudspeaker and Chairman of Committees of the entire Home of Commons from 1940 until 1942. He grew up with his family members in Lauzon, Quebec. Like him, William Mcleod was referred to as a Canadian politician.