Committees and Partners

CIPA is a non-profit organization, governed by a Board of Directors, which ensures the organization’s soundness and efficiency. CIPA’s Board of Directors is composed of organizations that represent the Acadian Peninsula’s socioeconomic background:

  • Association touristique de la Péninsule acadienne (ATPA)
     

  • Centre de bénévolat de la Péninsule acadienne (CBPA)
     

  • Collège communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick – Péninsule acadienne (CCNB-PA)
     

  • Comité de gestion des déchets solides (COGEDES)
     

  • Commission d’aménagement de la Péninsule acadienne (CAPA)
     

  • Comité d’action pour le développement économique de la Péninsule acadienne (CAPM)
     

  • Concertation rurale Centre Péninsule inc. (CRCP)
     

  • Districts des services locaux de la Péninsule acadienne (DSL)
     

  • Entreprise Péninsule
     

  • Fédération des agriculteurs et agricultrices francophones du Nord-Est
     

  • Fédération des Caisses populaires acadiennes
     

  • Forum des maires de la Péninsule acadienne
     

  • Regroupement des gens d’affaires de la Péninsule acadienne
     

  • Corporation au bénéfice du développement communautaire (CBDC)
     

  • Université de Moncton, Campus de Shippagan


The members of the Executive Committee are: 

Mr. Raymond Gallant, Secretary
Mrs. Thérèse Finn-McGraw, Vice-president

Mrs. Nancy Lainey-Thériault, President
Mr. Jonahtan Roch Noël, Treasurer
Mr. Roger Robichaud, Counsellor
  


Sectoral committees 

A community-based approach such as this requires the intervention of a large number of participants and community partners, from both the private and public sectors. This approach is reflected in the work of CIPA’s sectoral committees. Sectoral committees, supported by the project’s major partner organizations and government bodies, offer recommendations, suggestions and propositions for the action plans presented by CIPA. These committees offer support, counseling and supervision. 

The various sectoral committees include:

  • Information and Communications Technologies

  • Community Access Centers Network

  • Business and Economic Development

  • Natural Resources

  • Municipalities and Local Service Districts

  • Online Emergency Response Plan

  • Health and Wellness

  • Justice

Partners

CIPA’s success is due in part to the support it receives from the community and the private sector and to the exceptional collaboration of the provincial and national governments.