Among my objectives and priorities, I intend to help make Pincourt a town that respects the environment and invests in culture. This means making environmental and ecological issues an inescapable factor in all policies and decisions touching on our development.
I believe that we all have an obligation, both legal and moral, to make sure all future development safeguards the environment and does not contribute to climate change. We must think globally and act locally.
Another priority I have set myself is to invest in culture and promote our cultural diversity by putting on high-quality shows and activities. Our town also needs a cultural centre.
I have lived in Pincourt since 2010. My involvement in municipal politics stems from my firm belief in the importance of a sense of responsibility and citizen empowerment. That passion for my Town and its citizens inspires me to do what I can to get citizens more involved in municipal life.
- Bachelor’s degree in history and political science
- Administrator for several community organizations in the healthcare and legal services fields
- Retired lawyer (passed the Barreau du Québec (Quebec Bar) in 1985)
- Municipal councillor since 2013
- Member of Club d'age d'or de Pincourt
- Member of the Second Mile Club of Pincourt
Number of terms: 3 (elected in the 2013 election)
Duties as an elected representative:
- Municipal representative to Pincourt’s Public Safety Commission
Interests: reading, especially German history from the interwar period