J.R. Norman Boudreau B.Ed., LL.B.
Corporate and Business
Mr. Norman Boudreau has established a solid reputation amongst First Nations’ communities, corporate and individual clients throughout Manitoba. Whether representing the interests of his clients in court or during negotiation sessions, Norman accompanies his clients in a professional and attentive manner.
Norman enjoys the challenges of civil litigation and excels in his advocacy when in court. He is a skilled litigator and negotiator across all venues including the Specific Claims Tribunal, the Federal Court of Canada and the Court of Queen’s Bench. For transactions involving the buying and selling of property in the Winnipeg area, Mr. Boudreau will provide vital legal advice and put together documents that is the most secure and advantageous for you.
Originally from Montreal, Norman obtained his Bachelor of Education at the College Saint Boniface and graduated from the University of Ottawa Faculty of Common Law (French Program) with an academic Cum Laude distinction. Norman was called to the Bars of Ontario and Manitoba in 1996.
- Thomas Sophonow v. Government of Manitoba et al. – prosecuted and collected a $2.6 million dollar judgment;
- Bellan v. Crocus Fund et al. – prosecuted and obtained a $12 million dollar settlement in the first successful Manitoba class-action;
- Treaty 1 First Nations and Kapyong Barracks – obtained a declaration from the Federal Court that the Government of Canada failed in its duty to consult with the First Nation before disposing of the Kapyong Barracks; Watch the interview with Winnipeg Free Press;
- Norway House Fisherman’s Co-op – obtained a tax free status ruling from the Supreme Court of Canada for a group of aboriginal commercial fishers.