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 P�ninsule acadienne (ATPA)

  • Centre de b�n�volat de la P�ninsule acadienne (CBPA)

  • Coll�ge communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick � P�ninsule acadienne (CCNB-PA)

  • Comit� de gestion des d�chets solides (COGEDES)

  • Commission d�am�nagement de la P�ninsule acadienne (CAPA)

  • Comit� d�action pour le d�veloppement �conomique de la P�ninsule acadienne (CAPM)

  • Concertation rurale Centre P�ninsule inc. (CRCP)

  • Districts des services locaux de la P�ninsule acadienne (DSL)

  • Entreprise P�ninsule

  • F�d�ration des agriculteurs et agricultrices francophones du Nord-Est

  • F�d�ration des Caisses populaires acadiennes

  • Forum des maires de la P�ninsule acadienne

  • Regroupement des gens d�affaires de la P�ninsule acadienne

  • Corporation au b�n�fice du d�veloppement communautaire (CBDC)

  • Universit� de Moncton, Campus de Shippagan

The members of the Executive Committee are: 

Mr. Raymond Gallant, Secretary
Mrs. Th�r�se Finn-McGraw, Vice-president

Mrs. Nancy Lainey-Th�riault, President
Mr. Jonahtan Roch No�l, 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


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.