Marc Serré is the Member of Parliament for Nickel Belt. He serves as a member of the Standing Committee on the Status of Women and the Standing Committee on Natural Resources. He is a proud citizen of the Algonquin First Nation in Mattawa/North Bay.
Mr. Serré is an active member of the Canada-United States Inter-Parliamentary Group.
He is also a member of the Assemblée parlementaire de la Francophonie, and the ParlAmericas Network. He participated as a member of the Canadian delegation in the United Nations’ 62nd Commission on the Status of Women in New York, and took part in NATO’s 63rd Parliamentary Assembly in Bucharest, Romania.
Mr. Serré earned an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree with specialization in Human Resources and Marketing from Laurentian University. He is also an award-winning telecom technologies researcher and developer, and a proud recipient of the Canadian CANARIE IWAY Award in recognition of his innovative and outstanding achievements in Internet adaptive technology.
Born and raised in Nickel Belt, Mr. Serré comes from a long line of community volunteers and politicians dedicated to facilitating change and growth in their community. He is an avid fisherman and enjoys the many outdoors activities Nickel Belt has to offer with his wife Lynn Loiselle-Serré and five children.
He is currently the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Rural Economic Development.