First and foremost, I am a proud resident of the Aylmer district, a great neighborhood, beautiful and rich in history. I want to build a stronger community and I am ready, thanks to my experience, determination, enthusiasm and ability to bring people together.
- Businessman, owner of five enterprises ranging from catering to business services;
- Part of the local business community for the past 25 years; and
- Actively involved with the Association des professionnels, industriels et commerçants d’Aylmer(APICA).
Aylmer needs better public transit. To answer this need, we must choose an innovative solution.
Our economic potential
Maximize the economic and recreational potential of the marina area in partnership with local stakeholders, and contribute to the development and visibility of the rue Principale.
Protect, develop and invest in Aylmer’s natural and built heritage.
Push for safer neighborhoods, particularly around pedestrian walkways near schools, seniors' centers and bike paths.
Increase neighbourhood safety, especially around pedestrian walkways, schools, seniors housing facilities and bicycle paths.
Old Aylmer, situated in the surroundings of rue Principale, is probably the area, within the entire city, where there is the highest concentration of well-preserved historic buildings.
For example, there is Christ Church, the oldest Anglican church of the Outaouais, the Symmes Inn, that accommodated travellers from Lower Canada going upriver on the Ottawa River, and several houses dating over 180 years.