François Gibeault, of Saint-Constant, is a 59-year-old engineer. He is the father of four boys (six if you count his wife’s two children) and a proud grandfather twice over.
He is making the leap into politics for the sakes of the families and the younger generations that will follow in the future. A graduate in computer engineering from the Collège militaire, Mr. Gibeault also holds a Master’s degree in engineering from the University of Ottawa, as well as another Master’s and a Doctorate in political science from UQAM.He was a member of the Canadian Armed Forces from 1980 to 1989 and an officer in aerospace engineering. Since then, he has worked in the technology and computer sectors. Also an entrepreneur, Mr. Gibeault has been running his own company for 15 years.
"Over the past few years, and particularly in the past two, I have watched the future of our children and grandchildren becoming bleaker and bleaker. The debt is already weighing heavily on them, and the positions taken by the CAQ can only add to that burden. The erosion of our rights and freedoms during the management of COVID was the last straw for me. Quebec society, and its governance (democracy, family, education, health, human rights), are currently in a lot of trouble.”
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