03 Oct 2011

Some 40 Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton players participated in the Cantons-de-l’Est region’s ball hockey tournament on September 17, 2011. This friendly tournament brought personnel in the region together to socialize and get a work out on a glorious sunny day.

Congratulations to all participants for their high-spirited sportsmanship which made the event a success!

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29 Sep 2011

Every Thursday a professional shares his thoughts in the Lifestyle section of La Presse.  This week, Emilio B. Imbriglio, our Chairman of the Board talks about some of his favourite thing.

Click here to view the article (French only)

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26 Sep 2011

September is upon us and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has begun its university recruiting activities.

The university recruiting of future chartered accountants is a priority for RCGT. By joining our ranks, we are convinced that future chartered accountants will be able to discover their passions, find the right balance, explore their hidden talents and much more!

This year, we invite future CAs to discover what successes await them! When future CAs and juniors browse the rcgt.com Web site and its section on university recruiting, they will realize that they can count on our Firm to develop their potential and ensure their success!

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20 Sep 2011

Congratulations to Stéphane Gauvin, Recovery and Reorganization Partner in the Lower St-Lawrence region, who received special recognition from the Governor of the District 7790 Rotary Club. The award was presented to acknowledge his outstanding service to the local and international community through Rotary International.

What is the Rotary Club?

Rotary is a worldwide organization of business, professional, and community leaders who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world while contributing to improving the quality of life local communities.


Stéphane Gauvin receiving his award from Deb Walters, Rotary Club Governor.