Andre Chabot has been working to make his community better for his entire adult life.
Prior to winning election as Ward 10 City Councilor in February 2005, Andre was active in the Marlborough Park Community Association, the Greater Forest Lawn Enhancement Committee, the Triple A Land Use Team, Block Watch and Hub Oil Stakeholders Committee.
He took that commitment to City Hall and has been instrumental in a myriad of policy moves that have benefited residents in his Ward and all of Calgary.
Andre has called Calgary home since 1971, when his family moved here from Saskatchewan.
Prior to being elected he operated, managed and owned electronic parts distribution businesses for over 18 years. Prior to that, he worked in construction for almost a decade, and earned diploma from DeVry University’s Electronics Technology Program, where completed a four-year program in two-years graduating with honours at the top of his class.
In his free time, Andre loves playing hockey, golfing, fishing and working on cars. He and his wife Denyse have four daughters and five grandchildren.