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Michel Bilodeau was born March 25, 1947 in Quebec city. He studied history and literature at Laval University in Quebec city and obtained a Master degree in public administration. After seven years with the Canadian government, he started a health career in 1977 as Director of Human Resources at the Laval University Hospital. He moved in 1983 to a position of vice president human resources at the Ottawa General Hospital. In 1991, he became Executive Director of the Elisabeth Bruyere Health Center before leading the merger of his institution with Saint Vincent Hospital, Villa Marguerite and Red Sidence Saint Louis, under the name of SCO Health Service, one of the largest continuing care institution win Canada, now named Bruyere Continuing Care.
In 2003, he left to spend 3 years in Paris, with his wife Jocelyne Bourgon who had been appointed Canadian ambassador to the OECD.
In 2006, he returned to Ottawa to be President and CEO of the Children Hospital of Eastern Ontario. He retired in 2011 and became Vice President of Pulic Governance International, a corporation providing strategic advice on governance. In that capacity, he returned to Bruye as Interim CEO from March to October 2012.
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