In the real estate development sector, several major developers have vested their confidence in Mr. Charron, given his ability to provide quick, specific and effective advice to be able to set up and sell real estate projects that will be successful. In light of his many years of expertise in this area, Mr. Charron knows all the options and is very creative in innovative and personalized solutions.
Since the beginning of his legal career, more than 25 years ago, he has been practicing in the Ottawa and Clarence-Rockland area, where he has earned the respect of members of the community as well as professionals from his field of work. In part, due to his elaborated professionalism but also his extensive expertise.
Mr. Charron also has considerable experience in alternative dispute resolution methods. This explains how he was able to obtain and hold the position of Commissioner for the Ontario Human Rights Commission from 2005 to 2008. In addition, he has been and remains President, Principal Investigator and Mediator for the company Charron Human Resources Inc., which offers comprehensive human resources services in the areas of conflict management, ranging from prevention to rehabilitation, through investigation and mediation. Mr. Charron has structured and set up several national systems for access to mediation within several government departments such as the Conflict Management System of the Department of National Defense. Due to his numerous achievements in this field, he was mandated to train several thousands of Canadian Forces employees to ensure the use of alternative dispute resolution methods in different types of issues in a workplace.
Education and Qualifications
- 1980 – B.A, Political Science, University of Ottawa
- 1983 – LL. B., University of Ottawa
- 1985 – Year of Call
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
- Member of the Law Society of Ontario
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, United Counties of Prescott and Russell Law Association
- Member, Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario (AJEFO)
- 1999 – Training Program: Investigation of Harassment complaints, Department of National Defense
- 2003 – Training Program: Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods, University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, Ontario
- 2003 – Advanced Training Program: Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods-University of Windsor, Faculty of Law, Ontario
- 2006 – Leadership Training Program – Ontario Human Rights Commission
- Member, Optimist Club of Clarence-Rockland
- Member, Club Richelieu of Clarence-Rockland
- Member, Knights of Columbus of Clarence-Rockland
- Member and former president, Royal Canadian Legion-subsidiary 55
- Member and former president, Clarence-Rockland Chamber of Commerce
- Member and former chair, Clarence-Rockland Land Fragmentation Committee
- Former member, City Council of the town of Clarence-Rockland