Mark and Dustin Boudreau
A dynamic married couple that has separate views on how things should be done, but that is their strength when it comes to helping people.
Boudreau Business Clinic Operator
Dustin grew up in Fort McMurrary, AB, where he had first hand experience being an at-risk youth. For this reason, he has developed a passion for helping youth and individuals overcome obstacles so they can have a more successful life. Graduating from ICT Northumberland for Massage Therapy in 2010, and Personal Training in 2012, Dustin devoted his career to helping people overcome pain and reach health goals.
Dustin has served on many committees that focused on community engagement, development, and breaking barriers to improve access to recreation including Recreation Access for Newcomers, and Halifax Active Living Alliance.
Dustin does not engage in politics directly, and sees himself as non-partisan, but he does do contract work for local candidates when core values align with his own. Currently Dustin is doing contract work as the Chief Digital Strategist for a federal candidate.
Boudreau Business Agency Director
Mark Boudreau graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree (political science / history) from Carleton University in Ottawa. He is currently working as Director of Corporate Affairs (Atlantic) for Loblaw Companies. Prior to his current position, he was a senior consultant for National Public Relations in Halifax, providing strategic planning, communications, and stakeholder relations advice to a variety of clients, including the Halifax Port Authority, The Shaw Group, Labatt, and the Atlantic Policy Congress of First Nation Chiefs, as well as a number of federal and provincial government departments.
Mark has worked as a political advisor to several senior cabinet ministers, both federally and provincially. He also worked as director of communications for Alliance Atlantis.
Mark served on the inaugural board of the new Halifax Seaport Farmers’ Market. He was also appointed by the Prime Minister as a Director on the Board of the Canadian Museum of Immigration Pier 2. Mark is also currently a Board Member of Hope Blooms in Halifax. An avid tennis play, Mark is an active member of the tennis community with Tennis Nova Scotia.