Lise des Greniers
Nomination Date: 12/07/2019
Lise des Greniers holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Ottawa and in Humanities of Religions from Laval University. Her tireless curiosity led her to study in various fields such as psychoanalysis at the École Freudienne du Québec and art history at UQAM.
Upon completion of her studies, she was appointed political advisor to the National Assembly of Quebec, and then became a teacher and correctional services officer. In 2001, Mrs. des Greniers was elected municipal councillor to the City of Granby, she remained in office until 2007. Her experience in public administration and governance led her to be appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa. At a very young age, Mrs. des Greniers showed her love for the arts, mainly classical dance and classical music. Today, she distinguishes herself as an artist-painter.
Described by many as a passionate woman, with a pleasant and welcoming personality, this mother and grandmother is known mainly for her great generosity, and her strength of character. She is ready to take up the challenge of representing the citizens of Laurier-Sainte-Marie in Ottawa.