A former municipal councillor in Saint-Henri-de-Lévis, Michel Tardif has worked in organizational restructuring for more than 20 years and has been active in Bellechasse for 30 years. He is a member of the board of directors of the regional historical society, which he chaired for seven years.
Deeply committed to the environment, he is the founding vice-president of the Regroupement des Bassins Versants du Québec (ROBVQ) and founding president of the Etchemin River Watershed Management Council (CBE). In addition to having sat on the Board of Directors of the UNESCO Charlevoix World Biosphere Reserve, he is also a former president of the Quebec Biologists Association (ABQ).
A resident of Saint-Henri since 1995, Dr. Tardif holds a certificate and a Bachelor’s degree in biological sciences from Université de Montréal. He completed both his Master’s and Ph.D. studies at Université Laval, where he was a researcher and lecturer.
“I intend to see the 3rd Link through to completion, as it is vital for the economic development of both our riding and the entire region. A Conservative government will respect the wishes of citizens and elected officials by proceeding with the construction of the new connection that is so strategic for the regions of Quebec City, Chaudière-Appalaches and all of Eastern Quebec. I intend to be the voice of Bellechasse in the National Assembly, and not the voice of the National Assembly in Bellechasse.”
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