Bradley Fauteux

Chief Operating Officer of Trillium College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Bradley Fauteux

Chief Operating Officer of Trillium College in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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With more than 16 years of experience as a business and management professional with a range of skills and capabilities, Bradley Fauteux (Brad Fauteux) is a successful business strategist, innovator and business leader.

As a consultant working in the areas of business strategy and leadership and natural resources management, Brad Fauteux has worked on such high profile projects as the Credit Valley Trail Strategy and the Conservation Areas Master Strategy for the Credit Valley Conservation Authority. Both are centered around protecting the Credit River watershed, while also promoting the current and future network of paths that traverse 98 km along its banks.

Brad has honed his business and leadership capabilities in part through his extensive work with Ontario’s public parks system. As the Managing Director of Ontario Parks and the Ministry of

Natural Resources, Brad oversaw the work of over 800 full-time and seasonal employees at over 110 locations across the province. He was also responsible for an annual operating budget of over $80 million and a $20 million annual capital budget with a $1 billion asset base.

Brad led a variety of notable projects for Ontario Parks that required him to stretch his full range of capabilities. This was experience that helped him strengthen his skills at team and relationship building, develop inclusionary policies and programs and also led to success at results-oriented, transformative change.

Notably under Brad’s leadership, the $85 million Mid-Canada Line project was completed. Executed in partnership with First Nations communities, regional operations of the Ontario Parks system and the Department of Defence, the project constituted one of the largest environmental remediation projects in Ontario’s history.

Brad also led a challenging initiative to restructure the Ontario Parks organization in an effort to make the system more efficient and better utilized. In leading this effort, he was charged with devising the planning of the project, fine-tuning the rationales, and undertaking communication to multiple stakeholders about the effort and its impact and the execut