24 Apr 2012

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is proud to announce that Marie-Joëlle Rivard, Director in the Strategy and Peformance Consulting Group at the Montréal office, was nominated for the 2012 CMA Excellence Award in the CMA aged 30 to 40 category. This important nomination was recognized at the Ordre des comptables en management accrédités du Québec’s Montréal Chapter Gala of Appreciation on March 12, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Montréal, with more than 155 guests.

The CMA Gala of Appreciation recognizes Montréal region CMAs who have set themselves apart professionally in the last year. The aged 30 to 40 category rewards a CMA who has demonstrated, with at least one professional achievement, that he or she is a strategic and financial management expert recognized in his or her area and also has communication skills.

Marie-Joëlle Rivard nominated for the 2012 CMA Excellence Award

Congratulations to Marie-Joëlle Rivard (last person on the right above) on this prestigious award! (Photo credit: CMA Montréal. All rights reserved)

 

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23 Apr 2012

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is proud to have been selected by the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montreal to contribute to the above study. Launched last April, the study elicited great interest from the media, the public, and agents involved in carrying out large projects north of the 49th parallel.

It demonstrates that the potential spinoffs of exploiting natural resources and implementing the Plan Nord in Québec will be in the order of $51.8B for the metropolitan area over the next 25 years. Additionally, such activities will create or maintain some 14,335 jobs annually for 25 years in the metropolitan area.

The main findings of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s study were covered in various media outlets:

To consult the full version of the study.

Raymond Chabot Grant Thorton is proud to take part in the Plan Nord’s implementation and thus contribute to sustainable growth for future generations.

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17 Apr 2012

Pierre Garant

Congratulations to Pierre Garant, Assurance Partner and Head of the Lévis office, on his appointment as President of the Société de développement économique de Lévis (SDE Lévis). He will replace Louise Gingras after her many years of involvement in the Lévis business community.

According to the organization, Pierre’s appointment reflects SDE Lévis’s desire to position itself as a leader in entrepreneurship development. Such a statement is testimony to Pierre’s leadership and his personal and professional commitment to entrepreneurship development in the Lévis region.

 

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11 Apr 2012

Several media outlets invited Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton to comment on the Quebec and federal budgets announced on March 20 and 29, 2012, respectively.

Other than the press releases (Québec and federal budgets) that were published following the budget lock-ups, which set us apart, some of our experts gave their observations and demonstrated their tax and financial expertise in several media outlets and various regions of the Firm’s network.

Tax Partners Bernard Poulin and Luc Lacombe, who both attended the two lock-ups, gave several interviews, notably with hosts Paul Arcand and Paul Houde.

The following are some of our experts’ appearances in no particular order:

QUEBEC BUDGET:

  • Luc Lacombe provided comments in an article published in the magazine Protégez-vous, as did Michel Lefebvre in an article published in La Presse. Réal Létourneau contributed to an article in La Tribune.

FEDERAL BUDGET:

We should also mention, among others, Stéphane Lagacé (Rivière-du-Loup office), Pierre Jones, Sylvain Gilbert, Guy Fauteux and Jean-François Thuot who delivered post-budget conferences, which further extended the Firm’s visibility. Lastly, Éric Dufour was interviewed several times, namely as President of the Chambre de commerce de Saguenay, in several media outlets, including Radio-Canada radio, newspaper Le Quotidien and radio station Kool 105,5 FM.