Mount Royal

Clément is an engaged community member who defends the values of social equity and environmental protection. His interdisciplinary background combines a Bachelor's degree in biology, studies in urban planning and a Master's degree in sustainable development on the governance of environmental issues. He has worked in project management on the adaptation of cities to climate change, in the House of Commons as a Parliamentary assistant and is currently involved in a project in the heart of the Mont-Royal constituency. 

In addition to being a Green Party candidate and former representative of the Young Greens of Quebec, Clément is President of the Board of Directors of Les Amis du champ des possibles, an organization that preserves biodiversity in the city. Being in a wheelchair, Clément defends the rights of people with disabilities by sitting on Project Montreal’s universal accessibility committee to put in place policies to fight against ableism. This experience in the field and in politics motivates him to run. He believes that systemic changes in public policies and federal programs are needed to support promising local initiatives, thus combining local and global action. 

In his spare time, Clement enjoys adaptive rugby, scuba diving, photography and urban agriculture.