30 Aug 2018
Emilio B. Imbriglio
President and Chief Executive Officer | FCPA, FCA, MBA, CFE, ICD.D.

As part of a series of interviews with senior Quebec executives, TVA interviewed Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton President and CEO, Emilio B. Imbriglio. Invited to share his priorities and observations to further enhance the province’s innovation and performance in the current election context, the accounting firm’s leader spoke about the importance of entrepreneurship and education in ensuring Quebec’s success.

View the report that was initially broadcast at noon on August 29th on TVA Nouvelles, and then rebroadcast in a different format at 6:00 p.m. on TVA Nouvelles with a prominent article in the TVA web site. An article was also published on the Journal de Montréal web site and, additionally, the televised report was broadcast on LCN.

Once again, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton takes a stand to support the performance of our local wealth-creating businesses in an increasingly competitive economy!

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07 Aug 2018
Emilio B. Imbriglio
President and Chief Executive Officer | FCPA, FCA, MBA, CFE, ICD.D.

Following the release of an Angus Reid Institute report on the financial difficulties being experienced by Canadians, Stéphane Gauvin, Partner and Licensed Insolvency Trustee with Raymond Chabot, subsidiary of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, participated in a series of interviews on Radio-Canada in 6 Canadian provinces to discuss Canadians’ financial situation.

The report, published as part of an examination of poverty in Canada, reveals that more than 25% of Canadians are facing serious financial hardships: 21% stated they cannot afford to go for dental care while one quarter reported they recently had to borrow money to buy groceries.

To listen to Stéphane’s explanation of the reasons behind the indebtedness and solutions to overindebtedness on Radio-Canada, click here (in French).

Do you have financial problems? Don’t hesitate to contact us for a free consultation at 1-855-724-2268 or www.raymondchabot.com.

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24 Jul 2018
Emilio B. Imbriglio
President and Chief Executive Officer | FCPA, FCA, MBA, CFE, ICD.D.

SMEs in certain sectors can benefit from a tax credit to support the integration of IT in their business processes.

Do you have an SME in the primary, secondary, manufacturing, wholesale or retail sector? Are you considering a technological investment as part of an IT integration project, such as purchasing a software package or electronic equipment? You could be eligible for a tax credit for the integration of IT in SMEs.

Tax, Simplified

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is the business partner you need to support your initiative and obtain this tax incentive. We know that it’s not always easy to find your way through the maze of procedures required to obtain tax incentives.

Our approach reduces your intervention throughout the process. Our one-stop shop helps you obtain your Investissement Québec (IQ) certification to maximize what you receive all whilst minimizing your involvement.

Eligibility

Briefly, the CTIM:

  • A tax measure managed by Investissement Québec.
  • The credit represents 16% of the costs of a qualified IT integration contract, including the purchase of a software package and electronic equipment.
  • For Quebec SMEs in the primary, secondary, wholesale and retail sectors.

Go to the Investissement Québec website for more information on this tax measure.

Talk to our experts! They can help you be more competitive locally or internationally. They can support you and help you realize projects successfully.

Contact our Innovation and Technology Development Financing team at 1 888 WEB-RCGT or write to us here.

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18 Jul 2018
Emilio B. Imbriglio
President and Chief Executive Officer | FCPA, FCA, MBA, CFE, ICD.D.

According to a study conducted by Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, the BlackRock metals mining project in Chibougamau would have a positive economic impact.

On July 16, 2018, Éric Dufour, Vice-President – Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean, Chibougamau and Côte-Nord, presented his memoir during the Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE) consultation regarding the BlackRock mining project.

Éric presented data from Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s economic impact study.

During the construction phase (mining and factory):

  • 4,164 jobs will be supported;
  • The impact on Quebec GDP will be $438 M.

For the operations phase (mining and factory):

  • 1,058 jobs will be supported on average every year;
  • The impact on Quebec GDP will be $20,237 M on the life of the project, estimated to be 42.5 years.

Environmental authorization is the only thing missing before deploying this ferrovanadium mining project in the Chibougamau region and the construction of a cast iron production facility on the Grande-Anse à Saguenay industrial port site, at a cost of $1­B.

Éric Dufour highlighted the positive impacts of this project on regional entrepreneurship, immigration and labour to the BAPE. He emphasized the mining project’s structuring effects on the Quebec economic ecosystem: it will increase collective wealth and enable us to invest more in our social, health and education systems.

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