Marc-André De Sève
Director & President
Marc-André has a college diploma as a paralegal and a certificate in business law, with more than 15 years’ experience in the legal field, primarily in corporate and transactional law, handling mergers and acquisitions.
He is currently a paralegal with Canadian Royalties Inc., which owns major nickel, copper, platinum and palladium deposits in Nunavik. Through this challenging work, he is acquiring new knowledge in the mining and environmental sector while expanding his knowledge of litigation, commercial law, corporate law and intellectual property.
Finally, he is president and a member of the board of directors of CAP as well as chief editor of the law magazine Liaison, to promote and raise the profile of paralegals in the law and business sectors and seek professional order status in the short term for this profession.
Secretary and director
Isabelle Cindy Légaré
Dominique Myner is a paralegal specialised in real-estate.
She began her career in the legal world in 1986. Her experience in large notarial and law firms, such as Stikeman Elliott and Watson Poitevin, made her touch many fields of the law, including litigation, commercial and notarial law.
She works, since 1997, within the Legal Services of Suncor Energy Inc., an energy company doing business under the Petro-Canada banner. She is responsible of the real-estate transactions for the Québec and Atlantic provinces.
Dominique analyzes, negotiates and approves commercial and real-estate transactions related to the corporation’s properties and service stations. She performs legal searches, drafts and registers documents at the Registre foncier du Québec, formulates documents and processes and deals with various aspects of the environmental legislation. She also appoints and supervises outside legal counsels needed to provide legal opinions or to conclude matters.
Member and Director of the Canadian Association of Paralegals (CAP)
Member of the Marketing Committee of CAP
Secretary and assistant-treasurer
Valérie holds notably a bachelor degree in Finance from Concordia University, a certificate in law from University of Montreal and a certificate in real estate from Lasalle College. She has more than 13 years of experience in the legal field primarily in corporate and transactional law.
Since August 2016, she is a paralegal at Enerkem Inc., a company manufacturing biofuels and renewable chemical products from non-recyclable waste. Her main tasks consist among other things in drawing up, verifying and negotiating non-disclosure agreements with third parties, reviewing and negotiating contracts between the corporation and other parties, managing the corporate files of the Corporation and its subsidiaries, prepare resolutions, performs researches in different governmental databases, legalizing documents etc.
Dynamic, ambitious and tenacious, she set up several goals for herself and besides the fact that she ardently wants to invest herself at Enerkem and contribute to its expansion, one of her main goal is to make a positive difference in the life of the people she meets, as well as in her community, by giving some of her time to different organisms and associations of whichThe Canadian Association of Paralegal. Her favorite motto is the following: « My Goal is not to be better than anyone else, but to be better than I used to be » Dr. Wayne W. Dyer.
Treasurer and director
René-Martin completed his college degree as a paralegal at Ahuntsic College in December 2000. He then followed advanced English courses at McGill University. Once his studies completed, he pursued a career in corporate law and worked in many law firms as well as notary offices. He is presently employed by the National Bank of Canada in the Legal Affairsdepartment, always in the corporate law and securities field. René-Martin was a volunteer member in the CAP event committee from 2014 to 2016 and Board member since June 2016.
Subsequently, in 1994, as a sideline to his paralegal career, René-Martin becomes an officer in the Royal Canadian Navy, part of our Canadian Armed Forces. In 2012, he received the Diamond Jubilee medal from Queen Elizabeth II. He also volunteered in many social events such as the Weekend to end women’s cancers, Moisson Montréal, the Tyndale St-Georges of Montreal community center as well as the Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada.