Martin’s professional experiences have led him around the globe, notably working for Vétérinaires Sans Frontiers, an international organization. His true hands-on approach has enabled him to pursue projects in a constructive manner and work with various types of people from different backgrounds with diplomacy and tactfulness. He now stands as an active member on the board of directors of l’Association québécoise de la production d’énergie renouvelable (AQPER).

As a biologist, he developed his skills in environmental characterization and land management, finding just the right balance between thoughtful development, environmental protection and economic advancement. This vision has been put to good use in many housing development projects, as well major project studies such as the Kipawa rare earth mining plan, in the Témiscamingue Region, and the Lake Otelnuk iron ore project in Nunavik, foreseen as one of the biggest mining projects in Canadian history.


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