Pierre has a long standing interest in politics, sports and politics. He was vice-president of the Fédération de jeunes francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick (FJFNB). Always wanting to do more, he later became president of his faculty association and vice-president of the Federation of Students of the Center universitaire de Moncton (FÉÉCUM).
Born in Bathurst on June 11, 1998, Pierre Duguay Boudreau is a down to earth young man for whom equality, mutual aid and solidarity are paramount values. He believes he is finally ready to put his ideas forward to bring change to the riding and to the legislature.
Pierre grew up in the beautiful town of Beresford, a town he adores where he even got his first job as a driver of the famous “Beach Taxi”. He was also a member of the Beresford Youth Council at its foundation and an improv and basketball player at Népisiguit High School. These experiences in his hometown sowed the seed of his passion for community involvement.
With a desire to acquire new knowledge to help his community, he decided to leave his hometown in 2016 to pursue his studies in political science at the University of Moncton, then change to leisure management, sports and tourism. Upon his arrival, he used his expertise as a basketball player to become the coach of the Mathieu-Martin high school team. Caring about young people, he was also involved as vice-president of the Fédération de jeunes francophones du Nouveau-Brunswick (FJFNB). Always wanting to do more, he later became president of his faculty association and vice-president of the Federation of Students of the Center universitaire de Moncton (FÉÉCUM).
Inspired by former MP Yvon Godin, Pierre Duguay Boudreau developed a passion for politics from an early age. He has since taken an interest in New Brunswick, Canadian and American politics and has been inspired by political figures such as Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Jack Layton and Kevin Arseneau.
With these many experiences and knowledge, he wishes to return to his region to put himself at the service of the people of his part of the country by submitting his candidacy to represent the riding of Bathurst-Ouest-Beresford within the Green Party.