The place where Louis J. Robichaud was born is designated as a local heritage site with regards to the place where, on October 21st, 1925, was born Louis J. Robichaud, 24th Premier of New Brunswick. Louis J. Robichaud was the first Acadian to become Premier, and was in office from 1960 to 1970. In 1972, he became senator, a position he held until 2000. He studied at the Sacred Heart University in Bathurst and was admitted to the New Brunswick branch of the Canadian Bar Association in 1958, before launching a career in politics. As Premier, he forever marked provincial politics with the "Equal Opportunity Program" and the "Official Languages Act".

In 1925, at the time Louis J. Robichaud was born, the site of 4 Camille Street also included the civic address of 4532, Main Street, in Saint-Antoine.

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Info-Alert

Work on the water tower will begin in August. The Village of Saint-Antoine is asking its citizens to take this into consideration when consuming water. It is recommended to not waste water unnecessarily and to avoid all activities requiring a large amount of water. The municipality wishes to reassure you that no interruption of the drinking water supply is planned. This work is necessary for the proper functioning of the aqueduct system. We apologize in advance for the noise that may be caused by this work and thank you for your cooperation.