Marc G. Serré

liberal candidate in


Nickel Belt

Marc G. Serré

liberal candidate in


Nickel Belt

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The Val Caron and Sturgeon Falls offices will be open as of January 4, 2016

We're building the team and the plan that's focused on you. Browse this site to learn more about Marc, the Liberal Party of Canada, and Justin Trudeau.

The Sturgeon Falls Office is open to the public effective January 4th, 2016
Address :  94 King St, Unit # 1, P2B 2Z5
Email: marc.serre@parl.gc.ca
Tel: 705-580-2584
Open: Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Val Caron Office is open to the public effective November 30, 2015.
Address :  2945 Hwy 69 N. Suite 203, Val Caron, Ontario P3N 1N3
Phone : 705-897-2222

A resident of Nickel Belt for nearly all his life, Marc Serré is a successful businessman, innovator, and community activist with a passion for enhancing the quality of life in his community. Marc comes from a long line of community volunteers and politicians – his father Gaetan and uncle Ben Serré both served as MPs – dedicated to facilitating change and growth.

Marc is an award-winning telecom technologies researcher and developer whose presentations have taken him across Canada and the US. He was the proud recipient of the 2003 IWAY award in recognition for his outstanding achievements in adaptive technology.
Driven by a desire to invest in future generations, Marc served as a school board trustee in Sudbury, Sault Ste-Marie, and Valley East. He was also a Municipal Counsellor in West Nipissing, a Hospital board member, and Chair of the West Nipissing Planning Committee, which provides recommendations to the municipal Council for applications on Zoning, Subdivisions and Condominiums, and Official Plan amendments.

Marc earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce with a specialization in Human Resources and Marketing from Laurentian University, and is the proud recipient of the 2009 Ontario Community Action Award for his work in the non-profit sector.