Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 2

Marc LeClair, LLB

Marc LeClair is a Metis lawyer who was born in St. Lazare Manitoba. He is a graduate of the University of Ottawa, Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in 1989. He currently works as Bilateral Negotiations Coordinator for the Metis National Council and represents them in court on various legal issues. He previously worked as MNCs chief administrative officer.

For over 20 years, he has worked on issues of importance to the Metis people. He has also worked with Aboriginal organizations and federal departments that are responsible for education, human resource development, procurement and economic development. Marc is the President of Quebec based, LeClair Infocom Inc., a business, public policy and management consulting firm. Infocom describes itself as: leaders in developing innovative consultative graphics and tools for use in the aboriginal community. The firm is the Canadian leader in the development of interactive presentation tools and in the development of Aboriginal focused portal tools (content management systems). These are now in use in the mining sector.

Marc has extensive experience working with First Nations and Mtis in the area of 1

capacity development, change management and in the development of business plans for First Nation and Mtis public entities. He consults on planning, fiscal and administrative environments for operating at the community level. Facilitates meetings, develops organizational strategies and business and institutional work plans and works with First Nations who have exercised their willingness to assume control over lands under the First Nations Lands Management Initiative.

Compiled by Lawrence Barkwell Coordinator of Metis Heritage and History Research Louis Riel Institute