Our team

Operations team

François Delwaide
North projects

Charlotte Cordier
Developpement

Aurore Lehmann
Communications

Amélie Cantin
Administration

Katy Collet
Southern Partnerships and Operations

Boards of directors

Jean Lecompte (President)
Web campaigns manager, Konversions

Marie-Lys Turcotte (Vice-President)
Coordonator, developpement communautaire Société Saint-Vincent-de-Paul

Marie-Ève Rioux Pelletier
Coordinator and Research officer, Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire sur la biologie, la santé, la société et l’environnement de l’UQAM 

Nadine Martin (Secretary)
Lawyer, Juridic consellor

Ed Hudson
Professor, Cegep John Abbott

Alexandre Rousseau
Lawyer, Chambre de la sécurité financière

Gaël Meagher
Director, customer experience

Claudine Vézina
Author, tutor

Frédéric Tremblay
Lawyer, Poudrier Bradet avocats

Karen Messing
Retired, Centre de recherche interdisciplinaire sur la biologie, la santé, la société et l’environnement de L’Uqam

Honorary members

Claire Morissette (1950 – 2007)

Founder of Cyclo Nord-Sud

Claire Morissette, Québec’s most ardent cycling activist ever and founder of Cyclo Nord-Sud, passed away on July 20th2007 at age 57 after a long struggle with cancer. During 25 years (from the ‘70s to the ‘90s), she was in charge of Le Monde à Bicyclette along with Robert Silverman and she fought to defend cyclists’ rights in Montréal. Thanks to their many imaginative and media-covered stunts, including the 1976 “Die-in” which echoed to Amsterdam, we owe them bicycle access to the subway as well as to the bridge from Île Notre-Dame to the Rive Sud [link between l’Île-des-soeurs and Montréal].

Claire Morissette (1950 – 2007)
Founder of Cyclo Nord-Sud

Claire Morissette, Québec’s most ardent cycling activist ever and founder of Cyclo Nord-Sud, passed away on July 20th2007 at age 57 after a long struggle with cancer. During 25 years (from the ‘70s to the ‘90s), she was in charge of Le Monde à Bicyclette along with Robert Silverman and she fought to defend cyclists’ rights in Montréal. Thanks to their many imaginative and media-covered stunts, including the 1976 “Die-in” which echoed to Amsterdam, we owe them bicycle access to the subway as well as to the bridge from Île Notre-Dame to the Rive Sud [link between l’Île-des-soeurs and Montréal].

Dr David Suzuki
Honorary President

Dr David Suzuki is is a scientist, environmentalist and a broadcaster, renowned for his radio and television programs. He recieved the UNESCO’s Kalinga Prize for Science, the United Nations Environment Program Medal, and in 2009 won the Right Livelihood Award that is considered the Alternative Nobel Prize.

Dr David Suzuki

Honorary president

Dr David Suzuki is is a scientist, environmentalist and a broadcaster, renowned for his radio and television programs. He recieved the UNESCO’s Kalinga Prize for Science, the United Nations Environment Program Medal, and in 2009 won the Right Livelihood Award that is considered the Alternative Nobel Prize.