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THE QUEBEC REGION BULLETIN
JUNE - JULY 2009/VOLUME 12/NUMBER 3
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APPOINTMENT
AT THE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND ABORIGINAL FISHERIES BRANCH
Marcel Boudreau

Last May, Fisheries and Oceans Canada was pleased to announce the appointment of Marcel Boudreau to the position of Director for Resource Management and Aboriginal Fisheries in Quebec.

Boudreau has over 25 years of experience at Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Since 1983, he has notably held interim positions as Regional Communications Director and as Regional Director for Policies and Economics. As he takes up his new duties with the Resource Management and Aboriginal Fisheries Branch, Marcel Boudreau returns to where he gained his earliest management experience… in the groundfish sector.

One of Boudreau’s principal concerns is the relations between DFO and the branch and their clientele. “To make sure our collaboration with our clientele is as good as it can be,” he explains, “I intend to work to improve the effectiveness of program delivery mechanisms and strengthen management coherence.”

This is a challenge that is particularly dear to him, since Marcel Boudreau is fully familiar with the various clienteles his branch is called on to serve. Born on the Gaspé Peninsula, he describes himself first and foremost as a man who knows his field through personal experience and he intends to stay that way. 


Cédric Arseneau
Fisheries and Aquaculture Management