Paul was born in Sussex and raised and educated in Moncton. He holds a B.Sc. and a M.Sc. from the Université de Moncton and a Ph.D. from Dalhousie University. His 35-year career in science and technology began with the Federal Government and then as an independent water resource consultant with various national and international agencies and organizations. Concurrently, as an Adjunct Professor, he taught university science and engineering courses for 13 years. He retired from his scientific endeavours in 2000.
His interest in military history research and writing was groomed by his secondary career as a reserve officer in the Canadian Army over a period of 34 years. Paul’s retirement hobbies are: golf travel, military history, and writing.
“To Kill a Battalion: The Regimental History of 32 (Moncton) Service Battalion”; Paul E. Belliveau & J. Darrach Murray, Moncton, 2010
“H.M.C.S. Coverdale: Riverview’s Forgotten Navy Base”; Paul E. Belliveau, 2014 (Booklet/Monograph)
“The North Shore (N.B.) Regiment: 1950-2014”; Paul E. Belliveau, in preparation
“Two Decades of Service: The Regimental Histories of Army Units Located in Southeastern New Brunswick (1945-1964); Paul E. Belliveau, in preparation.