Dr. Leduc was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C., where he graduated from the UBC Faculty of Medicine in 1985. From there, he interned in Toronto then moved to Hazelton, B.C. for a rural family practice residency and certification (CCFP). After that he completed a year of anaesthesia training in Saskatoon. Dr. Leduc practiced in Creston B.C. for nine years, then in 1998, moved to Victoria and started a new family practice.
In 2009 and again in 2011, Dr. Leduc and his wife, Dr. Lisa Veres, served for 6 months as the doctor on Tanna, an island of 35,000 people in the South Pacific as part of the Victoria-Vanuatu Physician Project.
Dr. Leduc is a Clinical Associate Professor in the UBC Faculty of Medicine. He is active on a number of quality improvement committees on behalf of the Doctors of BC and the Victoria Division of Family Practice. He is also a fellow of the Society of Rural Physicians of Canada.
Dr. Leduc is married and has three adult children and two grandchildren. For fun, he plays trumpet in the Greater Victoria Concert Band and enjoys running with the Prairie Inn Harriers. He is also a regular commuting cyclist and enjoys hiking, kayaking and travel..but does not golf!.