16 May 2011

Montréal, May 16, 2011 – The Association des établissements de santé et de services sociaux du Québec convention has come to a close and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Consulting Group would like to congratulate all of the stakeholders from the various establishments on this quality event.

We are proud to have been associated with the 2011 edition of the convention. One of its key themes was the challenges related to the aging population and the participating establishments’ initiative in presenting innovative and bold projects to deal with these challenges should be acknowledged.

It is clear that these initiatives build on the willingness to bring about profound changes and are aligned with our philosophy of action, where the terms “dare, dream, act and find ways” were put into practice and made it possible to carry out organizational projects for our clients. We would like to extend our heartfelt congratulations to the executives and professionals involved in the network, who demonstrated such drive and creativity.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is well aware that radical changes are needed in Quebec’s health and social services network in order to meet the needs of both those who work in it and those who benefit from its services. ‘‘If it were that simple, it would’ve been done already. We’re ready to help bring about this change. What’s more, our team has made major R&D investments in order to make a series of innovative approaches available that can help managers and teams play an active role in their organizations’ smooth transformation. These approaches are based on client experience management, which helps to ensure that safe and quality healthcare services are delivered at each point of contact”, concluded Marie-Hélène Desrosiers, Partner with Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Consulting Group.

About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

Founded in 1948, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has become one of the international leaders in assurance, taxation, consulting, and recovery and reorganization services. The Firm owes it success to more than 2,000 employees across Canada, including more than 225 partners in over 90 offices in Quebec, eastern Ontario and New Brunswick. For more than 30 years, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has been a member of Grant Thornton International Ltd, offering its clientele access to the expertise of member and corresponding firms in over 100 countries.

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Francis Letendre
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Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Tel.: 514-390-4201
Cell.: 514-554-1685
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13 May 2011

Tell us what's keeping you up at night

Again this spring, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton (RCGT) will be using the “What Keeps You Up At Night?” slogan as its central ad campaign theme.

Started in 2010, the concept behind the campaign is based on the well-known expression: what keeps you up at night?

The various media positioning and ads will provide RCGT with provincial coverage while targeting major regional markets for the Firm.

RCGT will stand apart from its competitors by positioning itself in non-traditional media not expected by our clientele.

 

What Keeps You Up At Night

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11 May 2011

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton (RCGT) recently promoted its taxation and strategic consulting expertise during the “Capsules d’affaires Dialogues” (Business dialogue vignettes) series.

Presented by the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec in collaboration with Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and realized by Les Affaires, the series presents various case studies in which businesses called upon strategic or tax consulting to minimize the costs related to their expansion into a foreign market.

The stories of Mondo, Bélanger Laminés and Groupe Novatech are told, with the participation of Manon Harvey, Tax Lawyer, Senior Director; Robert Ducharme, Partner, Commodity Taxes and Jean-Daniel Brisson, Senior Director, Strategy and Performance.

You can watch the videos by clicking on the name of each expert:

Please note that tips from the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton experts will also be published in two editorial ads in Les Affaires on Saturday May 7 and May 14, 2011.

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10 May 2011

On December 20, 2010, the Ministère du Développement durable, de l’Environnement et des Parcs du Québec announced a new regulation on greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. This new regulation will affect businesses whose GHG emissions exceed 10,000 tonnes of CO2e per year. Additionally, businesses exceeding 25,000 tonnes will have to have their emission declaration verified by an independent auditor.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton (RCGT) has developed strong expertise in the field and is the first major accounting firm in Quebec to have obtained such verification engagements in the province.

It’s within this context that two of our Firm’s experts, Gérald Daly, Assurance Partner, Montréal. and Roger Fournier, Lead Senior Manager, Environment – Greenhouse Gas, were invited by Les Affaires to speak on April 11 and 12, 2011 at the major conference “Le marché du carbone. Marchés réglementés et marchés volontaires : pour mieux en comprendre les occasions d’affaires, les enjeux et les impacts” (The carbon market. Regulated and voluntary markets: Gaining a better understanding of business opportunities, issues and impacts).

Gérald Daly et Roger Fournier
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