Chartier may refer to :
- Clément Chartier (b. 1946), a Métis leader
- Eugène Chartier (1893–1963), a violinist, violist, conductor and teacher
- Paul Joseph Chartier (1921–1966), died when a bomb he was preparing exploded in a washroom of the Parliament of Canada
- Richard J. F. Chartier, a judge of the Manitoba Court of Appeal
- Antoine Chartier de Lotbinière Harwood (1825–1891), a Quebec lawyer and political figure
- Michel-Eustache-Gaspard-Alain Chartier de Lotbinière (1748–1822), a seigneur and political figure
- Chartier v. Chartier, a leading case decided by the Supreme Court of Canada on the legal role of step parents in a marriage (1999)
- Alain Chartier (c. 1392 – c. 1430), a poet and political writer
- Saint-Chartier, a town and commune in the Indre département
- Émile-Auguste Chartier, commonly known as Alain (1868–1951), a philosopher, journalist and pacifist
- Roger Chartier (1945 – ), a French historian and historiographer
- Chez Chartier, a restaurant in Paris since 1896
- Chris Chartier (b. 1975), an artist and sculptor (www.chrischartier.com). Great descendant of poet and political writer, Alain Chartier. Twin to Derek Chartier.
- Derek Chartier (b. 1975), an artist and sculptor (www.derekchartier.com). Great descendant of poet and political writer, Alain Chartier. Twin to Chris Chartier.
- Gary Chartier (b. 1966), a legal theorist and philosopher.
- Peter Chartier, a French fur trader and early settler in Western Pennsylvania (18th century)
- Richard Chartier (b. 1971), a sound/installation artist and graphic designer
- All pages beginning with "Chartier"
- Chartiers (disambiguation)
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