13 Aug 2012

This past June, our team of education experts showcased their expertise with both an existing clientele and new prospects from across the country during the Annual Conference of the Canadian Association of University Business Officers (CAUBO) hosted by Concordia University at the Montréal Bonaventure Hilton. The conference theme was “Risky Business” in establishments and society as a whole.

Our team of education experts discussed the issues facing education establishments, such as property management, taxes, information processing systems and internal auditing, alongside university representatives from across the country.

Founded in 1937, CAUBO is a non-profit professional organization representing the interest of administrative and financial officers in Canadian universities and affiliated colleges. It is an umbrella organization for the many players in university administration. CAUBO’s mission is to promote and support the professional management and effective leadership in the administrative affairs of Canadian universities and colleges, and in doing so to help achieve the goals of the institutions it serves.

Our team of experts at this event included: Christine Regimbal, Martin Lemay, Stéphane Landry, Lyne Boissel and Robert Ducharme.

Thanks to the numerous professionals from our Montréal and Québec City offices who contributed to the success of this event!

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(Left to Right): Robert Ducharme, Tax Partner at RCGT, Christine Regimbal, Assurance Partner at RCGT, and Stéphane Landry, Senior Manager – Risk Management at RCGT
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(Left to Right): Mario Beauséjour – École de technologie supérieure, Luc Savaria – HEC Montréal, Lyne Boissel, Senior Manager – Internal Audits at RCGT, Richard Hawey – Université du Québec (head offices), Stéphane Landry, Senior Manager – Risk Management at RCGT, Jacques Lachance – Université Laval and Élaine Godbout – Université de Sherbrooke

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10 Aug 2012

On July 16, 2012, our Drummondville office relocated to better serve clients in the region.

The Centre-du-Québec is a very dynamic area, and we are proud to expand our premises to better meet our clients’ increasing needs.

The Drummondville team will now be working in a more functional environment in the economic, strategic and social centre of the city.

The new Drummondville address is:

330 Cormier St., suite 102
Drummondville, QC
J2C 8B3
819-477-7977
Email: webestrie@rcgt.com
Web: http://www.rcgt.com/en/network/drummondville/

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03 Aug 2012
Lynda Coache

July 20, 2012 – The Ministère du Développement économique, de l’Innovation et de l’Exportation du Québec (MDEIE) appointed Lynda Coache, Partner in charge of the Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu and Napierville offices, as representative of the Chambres de commerce de la Table d’action en entrepreneuriat de la Montérégie.

Congratulations to Lynda for her involvement and commitment to entrepreneurship in an effort to stimulate the creation, expansion and transfer of businesses by helping attain the Stratégie québécoise de l’entrepreneuriat objectives!

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26 Jul 2012

The World Acadian Congress (WAC) is a major event that has been held every five years since 1994 in a region representative of the Acadian Diaspora. In 2014, the WAC will be held in a unique, multicultural and international location called the Acadia of the Lands and Forests. The 2014 WAC estimates that 50,000 people will attend, generating 600,000 entries in some 300 activities taking place over 17 days, with economic returns of more than $55M and a five-year operating budget of $12M.

On June 7 and 21, 2012, Denis Rheault, Consulting Services Director, and several members of the RCGT team provided on-site consultations on issues and opportunities related to the 2014 WAC so that the event could incorporate the economic dimension, increase development and have a lasting legacy in the region.

Over 100 people took part in the consultation activities, including entrepreneurs and economic, government and institutional stakeholders from New Brunswick, Quebec and the state of Maine.

This strategic planning assignment gave RCGT’s consulting services team the opportunity to strengthen its reputation in the area’s economic sector and extend its outreach in an inter-provincial and cross-border context.