Conservative Party of Canada
Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu is the founding President of the Murdered or Missing Persons' Families' Association (MMPFA). He founded the association after the murder of his daughter Julie in 2002. Mr. Boisvenu is a champion of the rights of crime victims. He is the co-founder of the Le Nid centre, which helps abused women in Val d’Or, and of a school camp for underprivileged youth in Estrie. He pursued a career in Quebec’s Public Service, holding several senior positions, including Regional Director for the Department of Recreation, Game and Fisheries and for the Department of the Environment. He was later appointed Deputy Minister for the Department of Regions. Mr. Boisvenu has a bachelor’s degree in educational psychology from the Université de Montréal and a master’s degree in administration from l’ENAP-Québec. He is married to Diane Carlos and they live in Sherbrooke.
Personal Website: http://www.boisvenu.ca ( N.B. This site is not a part of the parliamentary Internet site )