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Marie-Christine Lévesque was born on 1958, is an author. Discover Marie-Christine Lévesque's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 62 years old?

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Occupation Writer and editor
Age 62 years old
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Born 1958, 1958
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Date of death July 16, 2020
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Marie-Christine Lévesque (1958 – 16 July 2020) was a Canadian art director, author and editor. As an art director she won the 2005 Applied Arts Award for the cover design of 9 Vues. Her partner was Serge Bouchard and she co-authored books with him including Elles ont fait l’Amérique : De remarquables oubliés, tome 1 and Le peuple rieur. Hommage à mes amis innus, the latter of which won the 2018 Le Prix Victor-Barbeau award. Her writings explored the lives of North American people from the 16th century to the 19th century and the Innu people.

Lévesque adopted a child from China with her partner Serge Bouchard in 2003. She had a daughter named Lou. Lévesque died on 16 July 2020 of brain cancer. At the time of her death she was preparing to publish a poetry collection.

In 2020 Alexandre Castonguay, Patrice Dubois and Soleil Launière created a theatrical show called Courir l'Amérique based on Lévesque's books Elles ont fait l’Amérique and Ils ont couru l’Amérique. The artists toured their production across Canada.


Lévesque worked as an editor before committing to writing full-time. In 2011 Lévesque co-wrote Elles ont fait l’Amérique : De remarquables oubliés, tome 1 with her husband Serge Bouchard. The book is a compilation of 15 biographies of women in North America who are not popularly known about and inspired by an Ici Radio-Canada Première radio show called De remarquables oubliés. In 2012, Lévesque's husband Serge Bouchard was invited by the Essipit Band Council to write the history of the Innu people and Lévesque accompanied her husband to co-write and edit the work. While with the Innu people she was inspired by her husband to appreciate the Indigenous community and the nature around them. The writings were released as an essay in 2017 called Le peuple rieur. Hommage à mes amis innus and received the Le Prix Victor-Barbeau award. It was also the 27th bestselling book in Quebec independent bookstores in 2018.


Lévesque started her career as an advertising designer and worked as an art director for book jackets. She received the 2005 Applied Arts Award for the cover design of 9 Vues, a book presenting the engravings of Louise Masson that accompanied the poetry of Daniel Danis. She also received a 2005 Applied Arts Award as the art director for Peau/Parfum/Noire.