(born January 24
in Sturgeon Falls, Ontario
) is a former Canadian
politician, who represented the riding
of Nickel Belt
in the Canadian House of Commons
from 1968 to 1972. He represented the Liberal Party
Serré won the riding in 1968, defeating New Democrat Norman Fawcett. He served a single term, losing the riding in the next election to another New Democrat candidate, John Rodriguez.
Serré subsequently returned to teaching. In 2003, he launched a new Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephone business in Sturgeon Falls. PhoneNet Communications was sold to Unitz Online in 2005.