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Guy Ouellette

Guy Ouellette

  • Member for Chomedey
  • Independent
 

Biography

Born in Sherbrooke on December 13, 1951
Married to Isabelle Brodeur and father of David, Maxim, Alexandre and Andréa

Education

  • Secondary School Diploma, séminaire de Saint-Jean d'Iberville (1968)

Professional Experience

  • Adviser to the person in charge of the criminal information directorate at the Québec provincial police, sergeant and member of the joint provincial biker information unit (1999-2001)
  • Adviser to the head of the fight against organized crime, rank of sergeant, Québec provincial police force (1997-1999)
  • Expert witness before the Canadian courts for the departments of justice of Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario and Québec, with respect to organized crime by biker gangs and in First Nations communities (1995-2007)
  • Assistant to the head of the criminal information collection service, rank of sergeant, Québec provincial police force (1995-1997)
  • Assistant to the head of the criminal information collection service, rank of sergeant, Québec provincial police force (1990-1994)
  • Police cadet, patrol officer, team leader, relief corporal, corporal and sergeant in charge of teams of narcotics investigators, Québec provincial police force (1969-1990)

Community and Political Involvement

  • Adviser on organized crime and news commentator on events relating to criminal bikers, street gangs and organized crime in First Nations communities, Réseau de l'Information (RDI) of the Société Radio-Canada (SRC) (2001-2007) and other French-language and English-language networks in Québec and Canada
  • Technical adviser for the mini-series The Last Chapter on the world of criminal bikers, shown in both English and French on CBC Television and Télévision de Radio-Canada (2001-2002)
  • Biker crime columnist, Journal de Montréal newspaper (2001-2002)
  • Project leader with Québec International Pee-Wee Hockey Tournament for the team representing the Montréal Canadiens (1993-2003)
  • Speaker and trainer in Canada and the United States on organized crime by biker gangs (1992-2007)
  • Member of the board of directors, Camp de Santé de Saint-Hyacinthe inc., an organization for disadvantaged children (1982-1986)
  • Member and president, Optimist Club of Saint-Hyacinthe (1980-1986)