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Our Story

Linda and Leigh Eaton purchased Argus Hearing Center in Moncton in 1978 and then established new clinics in Miramichi, Saint John and Fredericton. It has been family-owned and operated ever since. Bill Eaton, their son, followed in his parent's steps and began in the industry in 1986 and his wife Norma in 1991. They both hold the designation of Hearing Instrument Specialist. Bill and Norma purchased the Argus Hearing centers in Saint John and Fredericton in 1993 and changed the name to Audiocorp. They sold the two clinics in 2011. 


Leigh and Linda retired in 2013 and the Moncton and Miramichi clinics were purchased by Heidi, Bill and Norma. In 2017, Audiocorp Saint John and Owen’s Hearing Care in Saint John became part of the Argus family that is now Argus Audiology. In January 2020, both Saint John clinics merged to better service the Saint John Community.


Argus Audiology continued to grow in the summer of 2019 with the opening of the Riverview clinic.


We have recently collaborated with the New Brunswick Federation of Labour (NBFL) to create an annual award called the Owen MacLennan Trade Unionist of the Year, see the full article here.


To learn more about us, contact us today.

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Norma Eaton

Hearing Instrument Specialist


Meet Our Team 

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Norma has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, as well as her Hearing Instrument Specialist designation. Argus Audiology supports many great charities and Norma is currently active with the 100 Women who Care-Greater Moncton. Norma believes that the relationships that you build with clients, colleagues and family are the most important.

Norma Eaton

Hearing Instrument Specialist


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Chantal Arsenault, M.Cl.Sc. Aud(C)

Bilingual Audiologist


Chantal joined Argus Audiology as a bilingual clinical audiologist in 2012. She obtained her bachelor's degree in Science from Mount Allison University and further obtained her master's degree in Clinical Science in Audiology from Western University in London, Ontario. Originally from Memramcook, Chantal loves to cook, experiment with new recipes and spend time with her family. Argus Audiology takes pride in establishing relationships and Chantal looks forward to sharing a recipe or two with you while discussing your hearing needs.

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Alissa Godin, M.Sc.S.

Bilingual Audiologist

Alissa joined our team of professionals in 2016 as a bilingual audiologist working out of our Miramichi clinic. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Récréologie from the Université de Moncton and a master’s in Health Science in Audiology from the University of Ottawa. Alissa prides herself on her ability to offer bilingual audiology services. Alissa is very involved in the community and is a member of various committees and associations. Her commitment to Argus Audiology is acknowledged in her commitment to our clients. Alissa looks forward to meeting with you to assist you with your hearing needs.

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Natalie Savoie, M.P.A.

Bilingual Audiologist

Natalie joined Argus Audiology as a bilingual clinical audiologist in 2016. She obtained her master’s degree in Audiology from the Université de Montréal. Natalie strives to offer a complete and evidence-based quality service, customized to meet your needs. Her hobbies include outdoor activities that allow her to take in New Brunswick’s beautiful scenery as well as cooking and experimenting with new recipes. Natalie also plays the bagpipes, with hearing protectors of course! Originally from Balmoral, she loves how Argus Audiology feels like a second home. Natalie looks forward to assisting you with your hearing needs and welcoming you to the Argus family.

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Shannon joined our Saint John team in 2022. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Biology-Psychology from the University of New Brunswick – Saint John in 2019 and went on to obtain her Master of Science in Audiology from Dalhousie University in 2022. Some of her interests include dancing and musicals, and she is always eager to show you her crochet creations. Shannon cares greatly about establishing client relationships and looks forward to helping you with your hearing health.

Shannon Phillips, M.Sc. Aud(C)


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Jan Waller


Jan joined Argus Audiology as a consultant and hearing aid technician in our Moncton office in 2008. Before immigrating to Canada, Jan worked for 8 years in the hearing aid industry in England and became a factory-trained technician proficient in fitting, servicing and programming hearing aids. Jan’s calm professional disposition will leave you feeling totally at ease. Her honesty and sincerity can be felt at every visit. From day one, Jan has felt at home with Argus Audiology, and she takes pride in caring for every staff member and client. Jan says, “I love my job!”

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Julie Johnson, MHSc. Aud

Bilingual Audiologist

Julie joined Argus Audiology as a bilingual audiologist in 2023. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Health Sciences in Audiology, both received from the University of Ottawa. Julie is passionate about the field of Audiology and finds it very rewarding being able to help others hear and communicate more efficiently. She does so while using patient-centered care, and looks forward to talking with each client. Outside of work, you can find Julie at local coffee shops or markets. She also enjoys playing volleyball and spending time with her cats. Julie looks forward to continuing to form meaningful relationships with each client.

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Leslie Clack

Hearing Instrument Specialist

Leslie has been a valued employee since 2000. During her career, she has held various positions within the hearing care field. Leslie became a Hearing Instrument Specialist in 2008. Originally from Stephenville Crossing, NF, besides being passionate about helping people with their hearing needs, she also loves competitive races, boot camp workouts, hiking, kayaking, and camping. Leslie believes knowledge and understanding are the keys to understanding hearing loss and its effect on people and their family. The honesty and integrity displayed by Argus Audiology makes for a positive working environment. Leslie says, “I truly do love coming to work each day!”

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Carole LeBlanc

Bilingual Hearing Instrument Specialist

Carole joined the Argus Audiology team in 2019. She is a bilingual Hearing Instrument Specialist who has been in the hearing health field in various capacities since 2010. Carole is dedicated to helping people achieve good hearing health and by doing so, improving their quality of life. Carole loves animals and spending time with family and friends. She is an outdoor enthusiast who also enjoys travelling whenever she can. Carole is a firm believer in treating others as we want to be treated and looks forward to serving you!

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