- Called to the Barreau du Québec (1983)
- LL.B., Université de Montréal (1982)
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With over 30 years of practice, Marc Brouillette has developed expertise in multiple areas, particularly in commercial and corporate law, banking and financing law, labour and employment law, municipal law and law in the health and social services sector. He also handles numerous matters involving aboriginal law and natural resource law, including mines and forests. He is also a mediator in civil and commercial law.
Mr. Brouillette is actively involved in promoting the interests of his clients with respect to the Plan Nord, and he ensures a strong presence in numerous local and national events relating to its implementation.
He also has expertise dealing with North Shore Aboriginal communities, thus facilitating business relations and the negotiation and drafting of appropriate agreements with those communities. On a regular basis, he has supported, assisted and advised band councils on various matters, including with respect to policy and strategic directions. More specifically, has served this particular client group by drafting and applying administrative regulations and an electoral procedures code, interpreting various government programs, drafting opinions and employment contracts and handling various governance matters.
- Chairman of the board of Développement Économique Sept-Îles (DÉSI), 2016;
- Member of the ADR Institute of Canada, Inc.;
- Member of several associations operating in the socioeconomic environment of the North Shore;
- Member of the Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec.
- Information event on the laws concerning integrity in government contracts, in association with the Managnie Business Association - October 7, 2014
- Various conferences on all areas of law for financial institutions, SMEs, large organizations, municipalities, and aboriginal communities
- Training for municipal officials in the North Shore territory
- Training for elected officials and managers of health and social service centres in the North Shore territory
- Conference given during the 3rd annual Quebec/Newfoundland and Labrador Mining Forum presented by Insight (October 2013)
- Conference on The preparedness of First Nation communities in the planning & undertaking of power projects integrating renewable resources in Quebec given in Toronto at the Renewables in remote microgrids conference presented by Bullfrogpower and Pembina Institute (June 2013)
- President of the Chamber of Commerce of Sept-Îles
- Vice President of Développement économique Sept-Îles
- Director at the Sept-Rivières LDC
- Several honorary chairs in culture and sports
- Member of the Mérite nord-côtier (from Tadoussac to Blanc-Sablon)
- Former chairman of the Board of Directors of the Port of Sept-Îles — Former chair of Destination Sept-Îles