How Old Is Martine Biron Age? Learn About The Journalist Running Quebec Election

Martine Biron, a political analyzer of Quebec politics daily on Radio-Canada, has made several headlines after her anticipation as one of the candidates for the upcoming Coalition Avenir Québec in the Chutes-de-la-Chaudière election.

Radio-Canada journalist Martine Biron replacing Marc Picard, will be a candidate for the Coalition Avenir Québec in Chutes-de-la-Chaudière planned to be held on October 3, 2022.

The sources reveal the political analyst had been approached by the party of François Legault earlier this summer, but then she declined the invitation. It was after a new meeting with the Prime Minister on Tuesday that she decided to run. The party will make the official announcement on August 10.

Martine is another candidacy from the media for the Coalition Avenir Québec, after Bernard Drainville who is running in the riding of Lévis, Caroline St-Hilaire in Sherbrooke, Pascale Déry in Repentigny and Karianne Bourassa in Charlevoix–Côte- de-Beaupre.

Her participation created a wave in media. After the departure of veteran Marc Picard, who has served in the National Assembly since 2003.

Martine Biron Age: How Old Is She?

The Quebec-based analyst has kept her age details unveiled despite being the media personnel. Glancing at her pictures, we assume she must be in her 50s.

Although her birthdate details are unknown to the media, she is a native of Canada from Quebec.

Martine belongs to the Canadian nationality and makes the leap from news business to provincial politics analyzer and Canada reporter set to run as the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) candidate in the fall elections.

Martine Biron Wiki And Bio

Martine is currently serving as the political analyst for Quebec politics daily.

The state-owned company’s information director, Luce Julien, confirmed learning the news on Wednesday. Martine Biron asked to take unpaid leave until election day, she said. Of course, if she wins, the journalist will have to quit her job.

The press conference to confirm CAQ’s candidacy in Chutes-de-la-Chaudière held the following week confirmed the party’s communications director, Claude Potvin.

According to the Léger poll released just two months before the October 3 election, more than twice as many Quebecers would vote for the CAQ as for the Liberals or Québec Solidaire (QS) if QS carried out the election.

According to, the poll’s outcome suggested that CAQ dominated the race as 44 % of respondents expressed their support in favor of the candidate.

Martine Biron Husband – Who Is She Married?

The candidate for the upcoming election, Martine, has kept her married life out of the sight of the media. Therefore, we have no access to her married life.

Regrettably, the media has no information about married life and children.

She announced her anticipation for the election after the current MP for Chutes-de-la-Chaudière, Marc Picard, announced leaving politics at the end of his mandate to take care of his seriously ill spouse. He represented the constituency for 19 years.

Martine Biron’s Net Worth In 2022

As of July 2022, Martine Biron’s net worth must be around $11 million to $3 million.

The prime source of the upcoming income for election candidate Martine comes from her journalism and the benefits provided by the company.

According to the Glassdoor website, the median salary for a Canadian journalist is CA$54,061 annually as of August 2022. The salary for the employee of Radio Canda ranges from CA$56000 to $121000.

Additionally, the income of Canadian journalists varies based on the category of jobs and experiences. The Broadcast Journalist’s Salary is CA$58,303, Editor’s Salary is CA$59,418, the Journalism salary is CA$58,303, and the News Reporter Salaries with median pay of CA$53,701.