Colonel Martin Corriveau joined the Canadian Armed Forces in 1988. He graduated from the College Militaire Royal de St-Jean (CMR) as an officer of the Corps of Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineer (RCEME) with an undergrad in Space Sciences (Physical Sciences applied to Space).
Col Corriveau served in command and staff appointments at every rank in units including Technical Services in Combat Training Center (CTC) Gagetown, the 3ieme Royal 22e Regiment, 51ieme Bataillon des Services du Canada, 2 Canadian Division Headquarters (2 CDN Div), Army Lessons Learned Center (ALLC), 2 CDN Div Combat Training School (CISQFT) and Director General Land Equipment Program Management (DGLEPM). Promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in 2012, he was appointed Project Manager for TRP and section head for the support of the Leopard 1&2 fleets. In 2013, Colonel Corriveau took command of Technical Services within the 4 Canadian Division Support Group. In 2015, he assumed the position of DLEPS 4 (Divisional Operations) within DGLEPM. In 2017 he was promoted to his current rank and is currently assuming the function of Canadian Army G4. In September 2017, he was appointed Director of RCEME Corps.
Col Corriveau’s operational experiences include Op STABLE Maintenance Platoon Commander in Haiti in 1997, Op RECUPERATION Maintenance Platoon Commander for the Ice Storms of Eastern Canada in 1998, Op PALLADIUM in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) as Operations Officer for the National Support Element (NSE) in 2002 and two deployments on Op ATHENA as J4 Equipment and Operations in 2004 and Maintenance Company Commander in 2009.
Colonel Martin Corriveau graduated from the 38th Joint Staff Command Program (JSCP), Toronto with a master in Defence Sciences.
He is married to Thanh Loan Nguyen and they have two boys: Jolan and Noah.