Guy Lauzon was born and raised in St.Andrews, North of Cornwall. His family roots in Stormont-Dundas and South Glengarry extend back to the 1800's. Guy has extensive experience in government, community activities, organized labour, agriculture and private business.
Guy Lauzon has over 22 years’ experience in the federal Public Service. During that time he served as a local union President with the Public Service Alliance of Canada, and received the Government of Canada Merit Award for the creation of Canada's first “Job Fair” with Human Resources Development Canada (HRDC).
In 1993 and 1994, Guy was Chairman of the Public Service United Way Campaign for HRDC in Ottawa. From 1992 to 1995 he also served as Chair of HRDC’s Multiple Sclerosis fundraising campaign.
Upon retiring as Manager of HRDC in Cornwall in 1996, Guy returned to his roots, building his own house in St. Andrews. For the last three years, Guy has served as General Manager of Tri-County Protein, a soybean processing plant in Winchester. He also founded the Bonville Flea Market in 1993.
Guy is heavily involved in community and charitable organizations, and is well known for his work ethic, integrity and interpersonal skills. As Fundraising Team Coordinator for the new Aquatic Centre in Cornwall, he raised $1.1 million. As Fundraising Chairman of the Parish Council, he raised over $100,000 for the restoration of the St. Andrews West Roman Catholic Church. Guy also raised $35,000 as Chair of the 2003 Canada Day celebrations in Cornwall, and is now in the process of raising funds for Canada Day 2004. He is a member of the Ontario Parole and Early Release Board
Guy has a strong interest in Health Care, especially for seniors. His mother, who will be 91 in June, is a resident at St. Joseph Villa in Cornwall.
In his leisure time, Guy plays hockey and does automotive body restoration.