Bourgault became a professor of communications at the University of Québec at Montréal (UQAM) in 1976. He frequently appeared on television and in print, particularly as a contributor to Le Journal de Montréal, La Presse, and other newspapers, and wrote several books including Écrits polémiques (1988), Moi, je m'en souviens (1989) and Maintenant ou jamais (1990). He was a regular contributor to several radio shows on la Société Radio-Canada.
In 1997 Bourgault was awarded the Prix Georges-Émile Lapalme by the Québec government for his contributions to the French language.
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