Bolduc joins the Roughriders with 22 years of coaching experience, most recently spending nine seasons with the Montreal Alouettes as an assistant coach. In addition to being the running backs coach, he spent the last three years as the assistant head coach. Under his guidance in 2021, running back William Stanback led the league with 1,176 rushing yards and was named the East Division’s Most Outstanding Player. The Alouettes also led the league with a team total of 2,023 rushing yards. Bolduc has coached several successful running backs like Tyrell Sutton, Jeremiah Johnson, Stefan Logan, and Jeshrun Antwi. Over his time in Montreal, he has also served as the Assistant Offensive Coordinator, Receivers Coach, and Special Teams Assistant Coach.

Prior to the Alouettes, Bolduc served as head coach at Université de Sherbrooke Vert et Or from 2007-11. He took the team to the playoffs three times, winning the first playoff game in program history and it’s first-ever appearance in the Dunsmore Cup game. In 2011, he won the RESQ Conference’s Coach of the Year award after leading the team to a 7-2 record. The Quebec native was the head coach and offensive coordinator at Collège Montmorency from 2005-06, leading the program to the Bol d’or final for the first time in its history. He began his coaching career as the offensive coordinator for the Université de Montréal Carabins in 2002.

The Quebec native also enjoyed a six-year CFL career (1996-2001) with Ottawa, Edmonton and Montreal, primarily playing receiver and running back. As a member of the Alouettes from 1998 to 2001, Bolduc emerged as a leader and was named the special teams captain in 1999 and in 2000.

He played his college football with the Concordia University Stingers from 1992 to 1995, helping them to win the Dunsmore Cup in 1993 and earning all-star honours in his two final seasons. Previously, he played for the Victoriaville Vulkins at the Cégep AA level, helping the team win the Bol D’or.

He is married to Patricia Dufort, and they have four children together, Thomas, Raphaël as well as twins Justine and Elizabeth. Thomas is currently playing for the Université Laval Rouge et Or as a quarterback, winning the Vanier Cup in 2022. Raphaël is graduating from Champlain-Lennoxville College next fall while Justine and Elizabeth will graduate from high school this spring.