Our team

Dedicated people with cooperative values ​​at heart

Dominic Perron

President

Le Fjord du Saguenay Regional County Municipality (RCM) and Saguenay City representative

FERME RM PERRON ET FILS

Dominic Perron joined the Board of Directors of Nutrinor in 2012, before assuming the position of President from 2019. With his two brothers, he owns Ferme RM Perron et fils, specializing in dairy production. and grain. The Perron brothers are the sixth generation to cultivate the Baieriveraines lands. Dominic has always had the reflex of seeking to become actively involved in organizations that affect him, since the end of his studies. Being a member of the Nutrinor cooperative, it quickly seemed natural to him to want to participate in its development and growth. If the occupation of the territory is one of his greatest fields of interest, it is above all because of the pride he has for the Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean region and his ardent desire to defend the region. regional autonomy. He sees Nutrinor as a crucial economic driver for the region, not only for agricultural producers, but also for the 900 or so people who work there. Together, they are the driving force behind this great organization, so deeply rooted in the hearts of people here and elsewhere in Quebec.

Marilyn Côté

VICE-PRESIDENT

Lac-Saint-Jean-Est representative

FERME DES PAPINAS Inc.

Marilyn Côté has been on the Nutrinor Board of Governors since 2015. With her parents, she co-owns Ferme des Papinas, a milk and grain producer. She spent seven years in the development of emerging professionals, with five as President of her local chapter and three as representative of the Fédération de la relève Agricole du Québec. She is also involved in several organisations, such as UPA, Groupe conseil Agricole Lac-Saint-Jean, regional women farmers’ union, and is currently Vice-President of the regional agricultural advisory network. As a staunch believer in cooperative values, she feels honoured to be part of the Nutrinor team.

“For me, Nutrinor is much more than a business partner for farm supplies, it is also a unique, diversified cooperative that wholly supports regional development through innovative value chains that are the reflection of our collaborative movement.”

Normand Lapointe

Board member

RCM le Fjord du Saguenay and Saguenay City representative

FERME SAGUENAYENNE inc.

Normand Lapointe joined the Nutrinor Board of Governors in 2017. He is also President of Ayrshire Québec and member of the Saguenay City urban development committee.

“I feel that Nutrinor is an active, engaged cooperative that fully supports its members with a vision for the future.”

Kevin Rivard

Board Member

RCM LE FJORD DU SAGUENAY AND SAGUENAY CITY REPRESENTATIVE

LES PRODUCTIONS RIVARD

Pascal Gilbert

Board member

LAC-SAINT-JEAN-EST REPRESENTATIVE

Ferme Gilbert & Fils inc.

Pascal Gilbert joined the Nutrinor Board of Governors in 2018. He has been a member of the Taillon municipal council, CIAQ-CAB Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean, as well as Mini-Expo Secteur Nord.

“In my opinion, Nutrinor stands for the development of regional agriculture, a great value for the Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean region.”

Pascale Maltais

Board Member

LAC-SAINT-JEAN-EST REPRESENTATIVE

Ferme Maltais

Pascale Maltais is co-owner of the Maltais family farm with her father, uncle and brother whose main activities are dairy and cereal production and a screening and seed treatment station. She is an agronomist and graduated from Laval University with a bachelor’s degree in Agroeconomics, international component.

“Nutrinor is a dynamic cooperative that makes the economy of Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean flourish. It also offers a multitude of services to its members. “

Simon Boily

Board Member

MARIA-CHAPDELAINE & DOMAINE-DU-ROY RCM REPRESENTATIVE

Ferme Liatris SENC

Mr. Boily has been shareholders since 2010 of a dairy farm located in St-Félicien, acquired in 1993 by his parents. It is a farm with a purebred Holstein herd of 55 lactating cows holding 65 kg of quota, with a cultivated area of ​​50 hectares (all in forage) which is constantly expanding. Currently owned equally by him and his mother Line Lavoie, his brother Olivier also works with them and will join the shareholder team shortly.

Pierre Murray

Board member

Domaine-du-Roy RCM representative

FERME PIER-LINE ENR.

Pierre Murray has been on the Nutrinor Board since 2011. He is also President of the Saguenay—Lac-Saint-Jean association of grain producers (S.A.D.C., Domaine-du-Roy U.P.A. D.D.R.), P.G.Q. Longueuil board member, and Producteurs de semences du Québec board member.

“Nutrinor is a great regional enterprise, with cooperative, human and social values at heart.”

David Hossay

Vice-President

Maria-Chapdelaine & Domaine-Du-Roy RCM representative

FERME LIÉGEOISE INC.

David Hossay has been a member of the board of directors of Nutrinor since 2002. Within the UPA, he acts as second vice-president of the Plaines-Algés union, after having been part of the emerging union for more than 10 years.

“In my opinion, Nutrinor is an essential tool for producers in the region! “

Samuel Côté

Board Member

Relief position

LES BLEUETIÈRES 2000

Samuel Côté is co-owner of Les Bleuetières 2000 inc. specialized in the production of organic wild blueberries and co-owner of a haskap orchard with his family. He is also the president of Les Producteurs de Camerises inc. Being involved in several agricultural collaborative groups, he feels privileged, grateful and proud to join the big Nutrinor family.

“For me, Nutrinor is the symbol of the success of the cooperative model in the regions. “