About The Officiant

My name is Sue Lefebvre, I am wife and mother and  I bring a wealth of life experience to my interactions with people.  As a Registered Social Worker with over 25 years of experience, I have extensive knowledge and insight into working with people in all walks of life. I am a retired Public Servant and I’ve had a Private Practice for 10 years. Recently I became interested in Humanism and in 2019 I became an Officiant through Humanist Canada.

In moving through life, through personal experiences, and through my work, I understand that we all have the right to marry.  As per the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, no matter what sex, race, age, sexual identity or preference, national or ethnic origin, religion, colour, or mental or physical disability we are all equal in the eyes of the law. While that may be true in fact, sadly in principle I have found it is often not the case. I think that we can make inroads towards changing this. And, I would be honoured to participate in the change.

I am very invested in helping my clients make the most out of their special day.  There are two ways of getting married – through a religious or a civil ceremony. Some will choose a civil ceremony and go to City Hall.  Others will elect to have  a civil ceremony, at a time and place of their choosing with a ceremony that respects their individual wants and needs.

It is your wedding and it is your choice to make it as simple or as elaborate as you like, in a venue that is personal and meaningful to you. Whether you are an advocate for change  or simply want to get married, a Humanist Wedding may meet your needs.

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