Paul joins the NBFSC Board of Directors after many years in the Aviation Sector, having retired from a professional career as an Air Traffic Controller and Commercial Pilot.
He also has over a decade of experience in Off-Road Vehicle enforcement and education with the RCMP, where he received his certification as an ATV and Snowmobile Instructor with the force. He is currently employed as a (part-time) civilian member with the RCMP Air Service.
Paul began snowmobiling at a very early age, and from that point on, many miles were logged; many drive belts & spark plugs were changed. He would continue to be an avid snowmobiler having owned various TNTs, Elans, Yamahas, & BRPs. Thankfully over the years, reliability with the sleds improved, and just as important, the trail network improved as well, both in quantity and quality through the hard work of many Volunteers.
No stranger to volunteering, he has helped with the development of trails, signage, and bridges with his home clubs. One of his current home clubs is the Chaleur Snowmobile Club in Zone 3, where he was appointed as Zone Director for 2 years.
Paul is looking forward to working with the NBFSC, and its dedicated group of Volunteers.