Who We Are

Regional Service Commissions (RSCs) are governed by their constituent communities and act as service delivery agents. They are not a separate level of government; decisions are made by the communities through representatives on the board of directors.


The Kent Regional Services Commission (KRSC) plays three (3) major roles:
  • Providing, or facilitating the delivery of, legislated services to communities
  • Facilitating the establishment of voluntary service agreements between interested communities
  • Serving as a forum where communities collaborate on regional issues.


The Regional Service Delivery Act states that RSCs have two legislated mandatory responsibilities that they exercise individually and four that involve regional collaboration:

  • Local planning
  • Solid waste management
  • Regional planning
  • Collaboration on policing services
  • Emergency measures planning
  • Planning of regional recreational, cultural and sports infrastructure, and cost sharing of infrastructure


Owing to a dynamic Board and the leadership of its administrative team, the KRSC’s work extends beyond the six responsibilities set out in the Act.

Regional Profile

The KRSC is located in eastern New Brunswick and covers all of Kent County, as well as the Rogersville communities, the Rogersville Local Service District (LSD) and the Collette LSD in Northumberland County. The region has a total land area of 4,886.20 km2 and a population of 32,743.

The region boasts six municipalities (two towns and four villages), one rural community, 20 LSDs and three First Nations communities. Of those 20 LSDs, 17 have an advisory committee, 12 of which are represented on the KRSC Board by a regular member or substitute.

Board of Directors

The KRSC is governed by a 17-member board of directors consisting of seven mayors and ten LSD presidents.

NameCommunity represented
Pierrette Robichaud, ChairMayor of the Village of Rogersville
Claude LeBlanc, Vice-ChairLSD of Wellington
Tina BeersLSD of Harcourt
Daniel BourgeoisLSD of Grande-Digue
Wayne CarpenterMayor of the Village of Rexton
Docile CormierLSD of Carleton
Jacques CormierLSD of Saint-Paul
Danielle DugasMayor of the Village of Saint-Louis-de-Kent
Gisèle FontaineLSD of Saint-Louis
Marc GoguenMayor of the Rural Community of Cocagne
Paul LiretteLSD of Saint-Charles
Kris MoreyLSD of Weldford
Jean-Pierre RichardMayor of the Village of Saint-Antoine
Roger RichardLSD of Acadieville
Stella RichardMayor of the Town of Richibucto
Aldéo SaulnierMayor of the Town of Bouctouche
Eric TremblayLSD of Saint-Ignace
Jimmy Bourque, substituteLSD of Rogersville
Joel MacIntosh, substituteLSD of Sainte-Marie-de-Kent
Amanda Robichaud, substituteLSD of Cap-de-Richibouctou

Our Team

Executive DirectorPaul Lang
Assistant Executive DirectorIsabelle Godin
Planning DirectorJean Goguen
Project Coordinator/Development OfficerAlexandria Arsenault
Administrative Assistant/Bouctouche ReceptionistFrancine Arsenault
Development Officer/GIS TechnicianElmo Bastarache
Public Relations CoordinatorNicholas Berry
Senior PlannerSerge Boucher
Executive Assistant/Finance OfficerTanya Collette
Building Inspector, Level 3Vincent Daigle
Administrative Assistant/Richibucto ReceptionistOdette Gallant
Administrative Assistant/Bouctouche ReceptionistLouise Girouard
Building Inspector, Level 3Jules Leger
First Nation Solid Waste CoordinatorNebi Nicholas
Recreation Master Plan Implementation CoordinatorJulie Payer Lafrance
Development Officer/Building InspectorCaroline Roy

Job Postings

Join our team! Consult the postings below to learn more about current job opportunities.

Keep an eye on this part of our website and on our Facebook page to be the first to know when a position will be available.

Development Officer / Building Inspector – Entry Level

Reporting to the Planning Director, the Development Officer / Building Inspector will be responsible for the enforcement of By-Laws and Regulations provided by the Community Planning Act (CPA) and the National Building Code (NBC).


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