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Board

Natalie Cormier

Chair of the Board of Directors

Owner of Able Canvas (2011) inc. (Grand-Barachois)

Marie-Line Beauregard Gallant

Vice-President

Owner of Beauregard (Grand-Barachois)

Louis Léger

Treasurer

Owner of Moncton Fish Market (Moncton)

Gilles Bélanger

Board Member

Owner of Bélanger Electric (Grand-Barachois)

Lise G. Boudreau

Board Member

Owner of Restaurant À La Dune (Cap-Pelé)

Hector Doiron

Board Member

Owner of Logis-Tech-Home (Cap-Pelé)

Angèle Losier

Board Member

Executive Director of CAFi (Dieppe + Cap-Acadie)

Mathieu Maillet

Board Member

Owner of M.N. Construction (Cap-Pelé)

Courtney Wilson

Secretary

Owner of Happy Hour Club (Moncton, Charlottetown, Halifax, Saint John, Fredericton)

Julie Richard

Board Member

Realtor with eXp Realty

Sonia LeBlanc

Board Member

Owner of Fête in Style Inc.ù

Natalie Cormier

Chair of the Board of Directors

Owner of Able Canvas (2011) inc. (Grand-Barachois)

Marie-Line Beauregard Gallant

Vice-President

Owner of Beauregard (Grand-Barachois)

Louis Léger

Treasurer

Owner of Moncton Fish Market (Moncton)

Gilles Bélanger

Board Member

Owner of Bélanger Electric (Grand-Barachois)

Lise G. Boudreau

Board Member

Owner of Restaurant À La Dune (Cap-Pelé)

Hector Doiron

Board Member

Owner of Logis-Tech-Home (Cap-Pelé)

Angèle Losier

Board Member

Executive Director of CAFi (Dieppe + Cap-Acadie)

Mathieu Maillet

Board Member

Owner of M.N. Construction (Cap-Pelé)

Courtney Wilson

Secretary

Owner of Happy Hour Club (Moncton, Charlottetown, Halifax, Saint John, Fredericton)

Julie Richard

Board Member

Realtor with eXp Realty

Sonia LeBlanc

Board Member

Owner of Fête in Style Inc.ù

Team

Anthony Azard

Chief Executive Officer

(506) 531-5375, ext. 500

Venessa Richard

Accounting Clerk

Céline LeBlanc

Céline LeBlanc Administrative Service

Jasmine Gautreau

Administrative Agent

(506) 531-5375, ext. 102

Samuel Léger

Member Relations Agent

(506) 531-5375, ext. 101

Anthony Azard

Chief Executive Officer

(506) 531-5375, ext. 500

Venessa Richard

Accounting Clerk

Céline LeBlanc

Céline LeBlanc Administrative Service

Jasmine Gautreau

Administrative Agent

(506) 531-5375, ext. 102

Samuel Léger

Member Relations Agent

(506) 531-5375, ext. 101

History

1980-1990

The idea of a Chamber of Commerce for the region began to emerge in the 1980s, when a few Cap-Pelé merchants were members of the Shediac Chamber of Commerce, which ceased to exist for the first time around 1990. This closure forces companies that wish to do so to become members of the Moncton Chamber of Commerce or the Sackville Chamber of Commerce. Charles-Yvon Landry, owner of the Home Hardware store in Cap-Pelé, is credited for initiating the process to establish a local Chamber of Commerce for the Cap-Pelé region.

1980-1990

The idea of a Chamber of Commerce for the region began to emerge in the 1980s, when a few Cap-Pelé merchants were members of the Shediac Chamber of Commerce, which ceased to exist for the first time around 1990. This closure forces companies that wish to do so to become members of the Moncton Chamber of Commerce or the Sackville Chamber of Commerce. Charles-Yvon Landry, owner of the Home Hardware store in Cap-Pelé, is credited for initiating the process to establish a local Chamber of Commerce for the Cap-Pelé region.

1992

A first meeting foundation meeting happened. However, it will take a few years before the project takes off.

1992

A first meeting foundation meeting happened. However, it will take a few years before the project takes off.

1994

Beginning of April 1994, another foundation meeting is called. Twenty-two entrepreneurs from the region are among the founding members of the Chamber of Commerce of the Cap-Pelé region. For the moment, the Chamber of Commerce of the Cap-Pelé region does not have a legal vocation, except the designation of a citizens' committee.

1994

Beginning of April 1994, another foundation meeting is called. Twenty-two entrepreneurs from the region are among the founding members of the Chamber of Commerce of the Cap-Pelé region. For the moment, the Chamber of Commerce of the Cap-Pelé region does not have a legal vocation, except the designation of a citizens' committee.

1995

The Chamber of Commerce of the Cap-Pelé region mandates the firm Communication Plus of Moncton as the designer of the first-ever logo. The theme chosen at the time was fishing and Acadie.

1995

The Chamber of Commerce of the Cap-Pelé region mandates the firm Communication Plus of Moncton as the designer of the first-ever logo. The theme chosen at the time was fishing and Acadie.

1996

It was in January 1996 that the Chamber of Commerce of the Cap-Pelé region Inc. was officially incorporated under the Provincial law. At the time, about thirty members of the Cap-Pelé region wanted to see the establishment of a Chamber of Commerce in the region in order to be the official voice of the business community. The new organization will represent the communities of the Village of Cap-Pelé, Cormier-Village, Portage, Saint-André-LeBlanc, Trois-Ruisseaux, Shemogue and Petit-Cap.

In order to better reflect municipal changes with the creation of an umbrella of local service districts (LSDs) around the Village of Cap-Pelé, the organization changed his commercial name to La Chambre de commerce Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est. The legal name remains the same as in 1994.

1996

It was in January 1996 that the Chamber of Commerce of the Cap-Pelé region Inc. was officially incorporated under the Provincial law. At the time, about thirty members of the Cap-Pelé region wanted to see the establishment of a Chamber of Commerce in the region in order to be the official voice of the business community. The new organization will represent the communities of the Village of Cap-Pelé, Cormier-Village, Portage, Saint-André-LeBlanc, Trois-Ruisseaux, Shemogue and Petit-Cap.

In order to better reflect municipal changes with the creation of an umbrella of local service districts (LSDs) around the Village of Cap-Pelé, the organization changed his commercial name to La Chambre de commerce Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est. The legal name remains the same as in 1994.

2007

The Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est Chamber of Commerce is incorporated under the Federal Chambers of Commerce Act. It then becomes a Part II Chamber of Commerce and also becomes a Bilingual Chamber of Commerce. The legal name in French becomes La Chambre de commerce Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est inc. while its legal name in English becomes Cap-Pelé Beaubassin-East Chamber of Commerce. With this change also comes an expansion of its territory: the communities of Boudreau-Ouest, Grand-Barachois and Haute Aboujagane are added to the territory of the Chamber of Commerce Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est.

2007

The Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est Chamber of Commerce is incorporated under the Federal Chambers of Commerce Act. It then becomes a Part II Chamber of Commerce and also becomes a Bilingual Chamber of Commerce. The legal name in French becomes La Chambre de commerce Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est inc. while its legal name in English becomes Cap-Pelé Beaubassin-East Chamber of Commerce. With this change also comes an expansion of its territory: the communities of Boudreau-Ouest, Grand-Barachois and Haute Aboujagane are added to the territory of the Chamber of Commerce Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est.

2008

The Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est Chamber of Commerce receives the prestigious Progress Golden Pot Award awarded by the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce for the highest annual membership growth rate across all Chambers of commerce in Atlantic Canada.

2008

The Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est Chamber of Commerce receives the prestigious Progress Golden Pot Award awarded by the Atlantic Chamber of Commerce for the highest annual membership growth rate across all Chambers of commerce in Atlantic Canada.

2021

The Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est Chamber of Commerce launches consultations for its first ever strategic plan since the foundation of the non-profit. The strategic plan will be officially adopted in the same year.

2021

The Cap-Pelé/Beaubassin-Est Chamber of Commerce launches consultations for its first ever strategic plan since the foundation of the non-profit. The strategic plan will be officially adopted in the same year.

2022

The organization is changing its brand image and became the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce, at the dawn of the merger between the Village of Cap-Pelé and the Rural Community of Beaubassin-Est following the local governance reform. The legal name will change in 2023.

2022

The organization is changing its brand image and became the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce, at the dawn of the merger between the Village of Cap-Pelé and the Rural Community of Beaubassin-Est following the local governance reform. The legal name will change in 2023.

Presidents

1994 - 1995

Charles-Yvon Landry

1995 - 1997

Hector Doiron

1997 - 2000

Henri-Eugène Duguay

2000 - 2002

Germain LeBlanc

2002 - 2004

Monique Bourque

2005 - 2008

Marcel Doiron

2008 - 2020

Albert E. LeBlanc

2020 - 2022

Christine Duguay

Since 2022

Natalie Cormier

Chief Executive Officers

2005 - 2011

Henri-Eugène Duguay

Since 2021

Anthony Azard

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Once again this year, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize the 2023

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Once again this year, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize the 2023

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Once again this year, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize the 2023

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Once again this year, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize the 2023

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Once again this year, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize the 2023

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Once again this year, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize the 2023

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Once again this year, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize the 2023

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Once again this year, the Cap-Acadie Chamber of Commerce is proud to organize the 2023

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