As Director of Communications and Digital Media, Tim Duboyce plans, manages and oversees the Foundation’s information, communication, promotional and public relations activities, aligning them with its mission, ensuring they resonate with stakeholders and contributing to the Foundation’s notoriety.
With more than 20 years of communications experience, Tim began his career in media, occupying positions from assignment editor, to journalist, to producer, and program host at the CBC. During that time, he contributed to many flagship programs such as The World This Weekend, The World At Six and The House. He also covered major news events, including the 2014 Quebec election campaign and the Lac-Mégantic tragedy in 2013. He then worked in the private sector and as a consultant in public relations.
Recognized for his expertise in strategic communications, writing and creative storytelling and enthusiast of 19th and 20th century history, Tim brings a background of remarkable depth, with a comprehensive vision of the Foundation’s communications needs. His experience working on matters related to Indigenous communities and community relations, focusing on developing a mutual understanding of issues and impacts, and building trust, are also great assets for the Foundation.
Tim Duboyce holds a Bachelor of Arts with concentrations in Communications and Political Science from the University of Ottawa. He also holds a graduate certificate in Print and Broadcast Journalism from Humber College.