President Club Richelieu Windsor, Canadian Citizenship & Witness testimony in the House of Commons


The Club Richelieu Windsor is a Not-For-Profit organization that is part of the Richelieu International‘ fraternity around the world.

As President, my role was to:

  • Represent the association in all the acts of civil life;

  • Be responsible for ensuring compliance with legal requirements;

  • Promote an ethical culture and of integrity within society;

  • Oversight the management;

  • Set up orientations and strategic plan;

  • Manage, approve and present budget and financial statements;

  • Ensure coordination and animation.



Citizenship offers many benefits and equally important responsibilities. Here are some of them that I will be enforcing as an elected City Councillor:

  • Support and defend the Constitution;

  • Stay informed of the issues affecting your community;

  • Participate in the democratic process;

  • Respect and obey federal, provincial, and municipal laws;

  • Respect the rights, beliefs, and opinions of others; and

  • Participate in my local community.



In October 2016, I have provided a witness testimony within the Subcommittee on International Human Rights. It resulted in the release on February 15, 2017, of the Report entitled “Division and Human Rights Violations in Burundi” by the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development.

Through that Report, the Subcommittee made 18 recommendations to the Government of Canada. The Subcommittee’s recommendations aimed to address the root causes of the crisis, strongly rebuked Burundi’s human rights violations, insisted that Burundi reengage with multilateral institutions, and emphasized that the Burundian regime would be held accountable for its actions.