Policy and Program Evaluator, Government of Canada and Lecturer, Université de Montréal
Holder of a PhD in Urban Studies and a specialist in sustainable development performance measurement, Juste is a policy and program evaluator with the Government of Canada and a lecturer at the Faculty of Planning at the Université de Montréal. Since 2019, he has been supporting and advising the federal Deputy Ministers’ Task Force on Public Service Innovation and sits on the Conseil interculturel de Montréal, where he advises the City of Montréal’s Executive Committee on intercultural issues.
A member of the Group of 30 Leaders Ambassadors of Ethnocultural Diversity in Montreal, Juste has been working for 13 years to ensure the success of urban and regional development policies, programs and projects through various mandates in the public and academic sectors. In particular, he has worked for Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions, the Office of the Auditor General of Quebec and CIRANO. His doctoral research on sustainable development performance measurement has also led him to sit on numerous expert committees and to present in Europe, the United States and elsewhere in Canada at scientific conferences on cities from 2011 to 2017. Prior to 2011, Juste worked for five years in the municipal sector in Lachine, where he contributed to numerous environmental and sustainable development projects.