The Municipality of La Pêche welcomes its new Director of Sustainable Development
Article published on 9 June 2022
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The Municipality of La Pêche had the pleasure of welcoming, on May 16, its new Director of Sustainable Development, Madelaine Rouleau.

In a press release, the Municipality of La Pêche indicates that Ms. Rouleau is a seasoned geographer, university professor, specialist in climate change and that she has a multidisciplinary understanding of the issues associated with the sustainable development of territories and communities.

“Ms. Madelaine Rouleau has just arrived from Creddo, where she assumed the functions of coordination of adaptation to climate change and interim role in the sustainable management of natural environments. She has also worked (and still works) in international climate cooperation, within the Trois-Rivières International Solidarity Committee and as a consulting geographer for various organizations for more than 12 years. Ms. Rouleau thus arrives in a whole new direction at the Municipality of La Pêche. The Sustainable Development Department includes the Urban Planning and Environment Department, the Community Support Department (formerly the Recreation Department), the Fixed Assets, Parks and Green Spaces Department and the La Pêche Sports Complex,” indicates the Municipality of La Pêche (Translated).

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