Jacques Dubé - City Manager
Jacques Dubé has over 30 years of senior-level experience at all 3 levels of government: municipal, provincial and federal. He served 7 years as Municipal Services Representative for Gloucester County in NB; 5 years as Town Manager in St. Andrews, NB; 5 years as the first President of the Greater Fredericton Economic Development Corporation serving 14 municipalities; 5 years as a Deputy Minister with the Province of NB; and over 3 years as Chief of Staff, based in Ottawa, to the Federal Minister of Veterans Affairs and Regional Minister for NB. He has served on numerous boards and committees throughout his career including Chairman of the NB Industrial Development Board; Director of the Regional Development Corporation; Director of Provincial Holdings Ltd.; Chairman of the Deputy Minister's Committee on Information and Telecommunications Technologies; Secretary-Treasurer and Founding Director of the New Brunswick Innovation Foundation; Director of the Atlantic Lottery Corporation; and Commissioner of the NB Lotteries Commission.
Having been appointed City Manager of the City of Moncton in August 2009, Jacques and his wife Nancy live in Moncton and are the proud parents of two adult-aged children - Melissa Bochar of Rothesay, NB and Jeremy Dubé of Fredericton, NB. and one grandson – Peter Anthony Bochar.
Jacques' other interests include triathlons; salmon fishing; gardening; and snowboarding.