Normand A. Allaire
Normand A. Allaire is a former Federal Canadian Citizenship Judge who served two terms from 2005 to 2012. Prior to joining the Citizenship Commission he worked at senior levels in the Ontario Hospital sector for over 25 years. He was the President and CEO of Runnymede Healthcare Centre in Toronto for 21 years. He holds a Master of Health Science Administration degree from the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine. He is a Fellow of the Canadian College of Health Leaders and the American College of Healthcare Executives. As a Board Certified hospital executive, Mr. Allaire was an active leader on broad healthcare issues, especially as a member, director, and vice-chair of the then Metropolitan Toronto District Health Council. Before completing his undergraduate degree (B.Sc.) at U of T, he obtained a diploma in Funeral Service Education from Humber College and still holds a current Class 1 Funeral Director’s Licence although he is non-practicing. His community service also included serving as vice-chair of the Board of Directors for the Misericordia Sisters Rosalie Hall. His community service continues with local service clubs and associations. He is fluently bilingual in French and English and enjoys struggling with Italian.