Lieutenant Luc Boudreau
Lieutenant Luc Boudreau has grown and lived in Nova Scotia his whole life has dedicated over half of it being in the cadet program starting as an air cadet in 2007. Luc Joseph Boudreau completed an advanced Diploma in International Business from NSCC in 2013. His career beyond the cadet program has branched from working with Ocean Tech and Aerospace and Defence sector, to Finance as well as the Advertisement and Security. His main enjoyment when working with the cadet program stems from Survival Instruction right down to Leadership and Citizenship of the youth of Canada.
Lieutenant Boudreau ended his cadet career in 2013 with 652 RCACS to join the Cadet Instructor Cadre as a CI and then soon after an Officer. Lieutenant Boudreau competed in drill competitions, RC Flying and became a Survival Instructor through the cadet program. Cadets provided him with a much needed structure through discipline and leadership opportunities as well as connections to the local communities. As an officer he has brought multiple teams to marksmanship and biathlon teams to provincials. He has also participated at the Greenwood Cadet Training Centers teaching cadets Survival Instructor.
Outside of the cadet program, Lieutenant Boudreau works as a Pre-Board Screening Officer at the Halifax/Stanfield International Airport and enjoys spending time at home in Lower-Sackville with his dog, Lance-Corporal Frankie and his two cats Coco and Morty.