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 Making a difference while doing business

Landal’s motto, Making a difference while doing business, reflects our concern to not only support our clients in the achievement of their strategic goals and full potential, but also to contribute to the growth and development of our community 

Faithful to this motto, Landal fulfils its social responsibility to its community by supporting many community projects and causes, such as:


Known for its expertise and extensive networks in Acadie, francophone Canada, and abroad, Landal offers a comprehensive understanding of the concerns faced by the Acadian community today and the keys organisations and stakeholders representing l’Acadie in Atlantic Canada as well as francophone minority communities throughout the country.


Expert consultants

Aldéa Landry, CM, c.p., c.r.

Aldéa Landry, CM, PC, QC, is a lawyer and business woman who has been a civil servant with the New Brunswick Department of Justice, a legal practitioner in  the Bathurst   law firm Tremblay, Landry, Landry, that she co-founded, and a Cabinet Minister and Deputy Premier of New Brunswick in the government of Premier Frank McKenna. She is president of LANDAL Inc., a consulting firm based in Moncton New Brunswick offering integrated services in organizational and business development and in International Cooperation. She is also vice-president of Diversis Inc, a consulting firm specializing in immigration and diversity.

Aldéa Landry is recognized for her involvement in the community and in business. Her present and past directorships on publicly traded and privately owned companies as well as public sector and not for profit organizations include the following:


  • Member, Board of Directors of Twin River Papers Inc.
  • Member, Advisory Board, Bragg Group of Companies
  • Member of the Board of Directors of The Shaw Group Ltd
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Investor protection Fund
  • Member of the Board of Directors of Moosehead Breweries Ltd.
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Council on Learning
  • Member of the Board of Governors of the Canadian University of Dubai
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Economic Education Foundation
  • Member of the Board of Directors of Care Canada
  • Member of the Prime Minister’s Advisory committee on the Renewal of the Public Service
  • Member of the Advisory Council for the Order of Canada
  • Member of the Board of Directors of Springboard Atlantic, a network to support the commercialization of research in Atlantic Canada
  • Member of the regional campaign cabinet for the Nature Conservancy of Canada


  • Chair of the Board of Directors of Vitalité Health Network
  • Chair of the New Brunswick Healthcare Association
  • Member of the Board of Governors, Canadian Healthcare Association
  • Member of the Security Intelligence Review Committee (SIRC)
  • Member of the Board of Directors of Nexfor Inc.
  • Member of the Board of Directors Fraser papers inc.
  • Member and Past Chair of the Atlantic Provinces Economic Council. (First woman to occupy the position)
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Bank of Canada, member of the Governance Committee and chair of the Bank’s Planning and Budget Committee and of its Fellowship Selection Committee
  • Member of the Board of Directors and corporate secretary of the Beauséjour Medical Research Institute (now the Atlantic Cancer Research Institute)
  • Member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Moncton YMCA
  • Member of the cabinet of the Excellence Campaign – Université de Moncton
  • Chair, Fundraising Campaign for the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada
  • Member of the NB Knowledge Industry Network
  • Member for New Brunswick of the Board of Governors of the Council for Canadian Unity
  • Member of the Board of Governors, Université de Moncton
  • Member of the Board of Governors, University of New Brunswick
  • Member of the Premier’s Round Table on the Environment and Sustainable Development

She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Université de Moncton and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of New Brunswick.

She is a graduate of the Directors Education Program offered by the ICD Corporate Governance College and the Rotman’s School of Business, as well as of the Governance Essentials for Directors of Non-Profit Organizations and of the Financial Literacy Program for Directors and Executives.

Appointed Queen’s Counsel in 1987 (Q.C.) and to the Privy Council of Canada in 2005 (P.C.), she was awarded the Order of Canada in 2006 (C.M.) and holds  honorary Doctorate degrees from the University of New Brunswick, l’Université de Moncton , Mount Saint Vincent University and Mount Allison University. She also received a Merit Award from the Université de Moncton for her outstanding contribution to the development of the University and the Spiritus Award for her contribution to the advancement of women.  In 2003, she was chosen by Progress Magazine as one of 20 Atlantic Canadians who represent the spirit of progress in Atlantic Canada. She was also recipient, in 2009, of the prix Muriel Fergusson Award created by the Greater Moncton Chamber of Commerce to recognize outstanding women in business and leadership roles. In 2009 and in 2010, she was named Top 100: Canada’s Most Powerful Women by the Women’s Executive Network. 


Jenna Arsenault

Jenna Arsenault is Director of Administration and Finance at Landal Inc. She is a CCNB-Dieppe graduate in the Business Administration program, specializing in Marketing. She completed her studies with high honours, receiving a Certificate of Honour for maintaining an overall average over 85%.



Léandre Desjardins 

Léandre Desjardins is a retired professor of social psychology. His academic career spans 31 years, the last 17 years of which as an administrator. Today he is Professor Emeritus of psychology. His research and development activities in the health field include studies and development projects on the impact of unemployment in mental health, mental health in the workplace and health services for the francophone population in New Brunswick. He has also worked in the field of the social and human impacts of large development projects such as the establishment of a 2nd nuclear reactor at Point Lepreau, on public consultation projects for the development of environmental legislation and for the environmental impact of several mining projects in New Brunswick. As a university administrator, he has served as Dean and Academic Vice-President before his retirement and, since his retirement, has been the Interim CEO of the Maritime Provinces Higher Education Commission, the General Director of the New Brunswick Post-Secondary Education Commission and Interim Academic Vice-President  at Cape Breton University. He also has extensive experience in the administration of community organizations and public projects. He has actively worked on quality assurance issues in several capacities for the last 25 years. Finally he has a modest experience in the private sector as a partner in a business and sole owner of rental properties. He holds a doctorate degree from the University of Colorado and is fluent in French, English and Spanish.


Clients (for illustrative purposes)


  • Government of Canada
    • Health Canada
    • Canadian Heritage
    • Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
  • Government of New-Brunswick
    • Health
    • Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour
  • Council of Atlantic Deputy Ministers of Education and Training (CADMET)
  • Université de Moncton
  • New Brunswick Community College
  • New Brunswick College of Craft and Design


  • Société nationale de l’Acadie
  • Société santé et mieux-être en français du Nouveau-Brunswick
  • Comité des femmes survivantes du cancer du sein et ami.e.s
  • Association francophone des municipalités du Nouveau-Brunswick
  • Fédération d’alphabétisation du Nouveau-Brunswick
  • Consortium national de formation en santé (CNFS)
  • Fédération des communautés francophones et acadiennes (FCFA) du Canada
  • Le Centre de formation médicale du Nouveau-Brunswick

Economic Development / Private sector

  • Le Conseil économique du Nouveau-Brunswick
  • Enterprise Network
  • Enterprise Greater Moncton
  • Industry Education Council of Southeast New-Brunswick
  • Le Conseil de développement économique de la Nouvelle-Écosse
  • La CBDC Péninsule acadienne Inc.

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