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 Nicolas St-Pierre
 Play-by-play commentator – Radio CJFO 94.5
 Born March 2, 1970 (Sept-Iles, Que.)

Nicolas St-Pierre

Nicolas St-Pierre is the French play-by-play announcer for CJFO 94.5. He has been doing this since 2007.

Born in Sept-Iles, Quebec, he began his career as a DJ for CIPC 710 Am Port-Cartier. After stints in Montmagny and Quebec City, he made the Outaouais region his home in the 90’s, where he studied journalism at La Cité Collégiale in Ottawa.

Nicolas took a break from the media to pursue a career as a chef. After a few years working in the kitchen, Nicolas decided to come back to his first passion; radio. This all began when he won, the PA announcer for-a-day contest, held by the Ottawa Senators to commemorate their 10th anniversary. Following this he was successful in obtaining a hosting job in television for Rogers Television before returning to radio with the defunct station CJRC 1150.

Nicolas’ career highlights include: the play-by-play for the 2007-2008 QJMHL’s President’s Cup Trophy, won by the Gatineau Olympiques, hosting the pre-game show for the 2007 Stanley Cup finale, and his first NHL play-by-play for the Senators.

Nicolas is married to wife Natalie and lives in Ottawa with their two sons, Xavier and Sebastian.