Christine Poirier

  • City Councillor of Duvernay–Pont-Viau
  • Member of the City of Laval’s Executive Committee

A nursing and literature graduate, Christine Poirier, found her true professional passion in the field of entrepreneurship. As the founder of Momzelle, a company specializing in nursing garments, she enjoyed resounding success, garnering several notable distinctions, including the title of “Businesswoman of the Year” awarded by the Réseau des femmes d’affaires du Québec, the “Best Young Entrepreneur” award from Mouvement Desjardins, and recognition as one of Elle Québec’s “Women of the Year.” She also succeeded in convincing an investor from the popular CBC show Dragon’s Den to place his trust in her.

More recently, Christine has been bitten by the political bug: In addition to running in the federal election, she was Director of Operations for the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) in Quebec. In this capacity, she was in charge of developing the party’s electoral strategy for Quebec’s 78 electoral divisions under the leadership of the Right Honourable Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada. She also acted as a liaison between the MPs’ caucus and the party’s Quebec members.

A resident of Duvernay–Pont-Viau, a mother of two young daughters and fluent in both French and English, Christine Poirier is committed to the Mouvement lavallois to contribute to Laval’s modernization. Her goal is to participate in the development of a city that is welcoming, respectful of the environment and conducive to economic opportunities.

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