2014: Played 11 games for Montreal Impact, starting nine, and logging 834 total minutes.
2013: Scored his first career MLS goal on October 19 at Stade Saputo against Philadelphia, a game-winner in a 2-1 victory…Played seven games and 547 minutes, including six starts in his second MLS season… Also started one Amway Canadian Championship game and one CONCACAF Champions League game… Recorded one goal and one assist in 10 starts and 899 minutes in the MLS Reserve League.
2012: Began the season with the Impact U21 while training regularly with the pro team… Signed a professional contract with the club on June 5, becoming the first ever player trained by the Academy (homegrown player) to officially join the first team in Major League Soccer and became the second Quebec-born player to join the pro team, after midfielder Patrice Bernier… Played his first MLS game on July 21 in Houston… Started his first game with the Impact on July 24 in an international game against Olympique Lyonnais at Stade Saputo… Finished his first MLS season with two games played and 66 minutes of play… Played nine MLS Reserve League games, including eight starts, and led the team with 765 minutes of play… Also played regular-season games as well as the playoffs with the Impact U21 in the Canadian Soccer League.
Joined the Trois-Rivières Attack in 2009 and led the club to the CSL championship… Played two seasons with the Impact U21, acting as team captain since the start of the 2011 season.
Made his Canadian Senior Men’s National Team debut on November 19, 2013, against Slovenia in a friendly… Invited to the first senior camp of the year in January 2014… Played with the U17 Canadian National Team in the CONCACAF qualification tournament in Mexico and in the U17 World Cup in Nigeria in 2009.
Played his minor soccer in the Terrebonne region before joining Lanaudiere AAA (U14 and U15) and Laval (U16).
Son of Daniel Ouimette and Natalie Waskiewicz… Has a sister, Julie… Recipient of a number of bursaries and awards… Also won a gold medal at the Canada Games in Prince Edward Island and earned a selection to the Games’ all-star team in 2009… He is bilingual.