Meet Our Team

World Federalist Foundation - Board of Directors

President: Sylvain Pâquet

Vice-President: Mike Nickerson

Secretary: Alexandre MacIsaac

TreasurerNancy Regehr

Directors: Nic Baird, Cameron Laing and Tudy McLaine

President

Sylvain Pâquet

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Vice-President

Mike Nickerson

A World Federalist member for around 20 years, in 2006, the WFFoundation accepted our 7th Generation Initiative project within their efforts.Our purpose is:  “To collect, study, develop and teach; ideas, information, technologies and customs that could be useful in developing human society towards a harmonious relationship with the ecology of the Earth.”With WFF, we published "Life, Money and Illusion; Living on Earth as if We Want to Stay” and La Vie,L'argent et L’illusion; Vivre sur Terre comme si on voulait y rester. The book outlines customary practices that compel humankind to press against planetary limits and tendencies that a mature society can engage in to regain balance with Earth.Present efforts aim to expand understand that resolving the climate crisis needn’t be painful.  Finding fulfillment in living, learning, relating, helping, sport and creative activities rather than consuming stuff can greatly reduce our environmental impacts.

Secretary

Alexandre MacIsaac

Alex has always been committed to establishing a democratic world community. He has participated in and founded various political groups and student clubs throughout his collegial, undergraduate, and graduate studies, including but not limited to the Debating League of Mississauga and Global Federalist Association. Alex's drive for world federalism is mixed with a non-partisan approach to politics and balanced with a respect for national and local sovereignty. Having worked at Elections Canada over the last few years dealing directly with candidates and political parties, Alex is most passionate about projects targeted towards establishing and reforming global democratic systems.

Treasurer

Nancy Regehr

Nancy retired in 2011 as associate executive director of Project Ploughshares in Waterloo after more than 30 years of service, where she was instrumental in developing the organization’s financial systems and fundraising programs, and in addition was responsible for personnel management and board support. Nancy has a certificate in nonprofit and voluntary sector management from Ryerson University in Toronto. Nancy recently completed nine years as a board member of her condominium corporation, the last six years as president, and is currently the chair of the Grand Philharmonic Choir, vice-chair of MennoHomes, and the chair of the Centre for Security Governance.

Director

Nic Baird

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Director

Cameron Laing

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Director

Tudy McLaine

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