|Preceded by Peter Hume|
Name Jean Cloutier
Religion Roman Catholicism
|Spouse(s) Sandra Cloutier|
Constituency Alta Vista Ward
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Jean Cloutier (born c. 1959) is the Ottawa City Councillor for Alta Vista Ward. He was elected for the first time in the Ottawa municipal election, 2014.
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Cloutier grew up in the Hintonburg neighbourhood of the city and has lived in Alta Vista since 1986.
Cloutier is a past president of the Canterbury Community Association, which covers Ottawa's former Canterbury Ward. A Chartered Professional Accountant, he was Controller at Tubman Funeral Homes for 12 years prior to being elected. In 1988, Cloutier and friend Brice White purchased the Nelson Cinema on Rideau Street and converted into the ByTowne Cinema.
Cloutier is a member of the choir at St François d'Assise and has a black belt in martial arts.
During the 2014 election campaign, Cloutier was endorsed by outgoing councillor Peter Hume, which helped him get elected. Cloutier endorsed Jim Watson for mayor.