Laurier Busque worked in the field of Education for thirty-three years. Throughout his career, Busque successfully managed to combine his professional activities, teaching at the secondary and university levels, with his deep commitment to environmental issues. This coupling manifested itself in, among other things, five years of work with the ObservAction Network of Biosphere Environment Canada and the creation of a research project studying and tracking the flow of Ottawa’s drinking water.
Newly retired, Busque has been dividing his time between the development of a project involving the use of renewable energy in rural areas and participation in community organizations dedicated to the protection of our aquatic environments. In 1999, he presented a report on the Wetlands to the BAPE commission responsible for the management of water.
His candidature in the Federal election of 2004 in the Compton-Stanstead county for the Green Party, offers him the opportunity use his considerable experience and expertise working to protect the environment and toward creating a reality where the good health of all citizens is considered chief priority.
Compton-Stanstead a green county with healthty people, why not?