About Mayor Lefebvre
Paul Lefebvre was elected Mayor of Greater Sudbury on October 24, 2022, and assumed office on November 15, 2022.
He serves as a member of the Greater Sudbury Police Services Board as well as the Greater Sudbury Development Corporation.
Paul was elected Member of Parliament for the riding of Sudbury in 2015 and served for six years, until 2021. During his time with the federal government, he sat on the Public Accounts and Official Languages Committees before being appointed Parliamentary Secretary for the Ministry of Natural Resources.
He is an accomplished tax lawyer, and dedicated time as counsel to the Ontario Human Rights Commission. He also taught international tax law at the University of Ottawa.
He served as past chair of the Sudbury Community Foundation, and the 2011 Canadian Francophone games, and as past Vice-President of l’Association de la presse francophone, and past president of Centre de Santé Communautaire.
He has served as the past president of the Sudbury District Law Association and United Way. A music and Theatre enthusiast, he is a founder, as well as past chair of the Jazz Sudbury Festival, and the past president of Théâtre du Nouvel-Ontario.
A local business owner, hockey coach and outdoor enthusiast, he is married to Dr. Lyne Giroux, a dermatologist, and together they have three children.