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Michel Germain, Chairperson
Trained as a Geomorphologist, Mr. Germain also graduated with a Master’s Degree in Water Science from the Institut national de la recherche scientifique. He first has worked for the ministère des Transports, then as a Political Aide with the ministère de l’Environnement from 1987 to 1990, and later held a two-year position as Environment Manager at Sauger Groupe-conseil Inc.
As a full-time member of the Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement from 1992 to 1995, Mr. Germain presided over Commissions assessing cogeneration projects in Québec City and proposed sanitary landfill expansion by the company BFI in Lachenaie. He has also acted as Commissioner on the Sainte-Marguerite 3 hydroelectric power station and the Indek cogeneration in Hull.
A self-employed environmental consultant since 1995, Mr. Germain has participated on many environmental assessments and impact studies, including road projects, telecommunications lines, hydro lines, wharf rehabilitation and bank stabilization projects. In 2000, he participated in the public consultations of Québec City Port Authority related to the proposed cruise ship terminal in Pointe-à-Carcy.
A part-time member of BAPE since August 2002, Mr. Germain has acted as Chair on two Commissions and as Commissioner on two other projects.

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Pierre André Commissioner
A biologist by trade (aquatic ecology) and currently an associate professor of the human environment with the Geography Department at the Université de Montréal, Mr. André has acquired solid expertise in the natural resources management and environmental assessment. His particular area of interest is social construction of space, on which he has developed expertise working on various projects, notably in relation to climate environment and protected space. Mr. André is also the principal author of the book Évaluation des impacts sur l’environnement. Processus, acteurs et pratique pour un développement durable (1999-2003). He works and directs students on projects in the province of Québec, Brazil, China, and Africa. He has also headed eco-industrial toxicology programs and environmental studies at the Université de Montréal (1989-1990).
Jacques Locat Commissioner
Mr. Jacques Locat is a professor in the Geology and Geological Engineering Department at Université Laval, a member of the Université Laval Québec-Océan research team, Vice-President (North America) of the International Association of Engineering and Environmental Geology and sits on the Board of Directors for the Centre interdisciplinaire sur la cartographie des Océans. As an Engineer Geologist and full professor at Université Laval, Mr Locat contributes his expertise to the European Economic Community (EEC) assessing research programs on marine ecosystems.
His contribution to understanding the physical and sedimentological aspects of underwater slides, have notably led to participation in various seminars and conferences in France, London and elsewhere. As a member of the expert audit committee on the proposed Ormen Lange gas development in Norway between 2002 and 2003, Mr. Locat was senior editor of the reports of the First International Symposium on Submarine Mass Movements and their consequences, held in Nice in 2003.
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