02 Jun 2015

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park

As announced in March, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton signed a multi-year agreement with the Ottawa Champions Baseball Club on the naming rights of the Ottawa stadium.

To commemorate the opener at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Park, more than 150 guests got together before the game to celebrate the opening of the new baseball season in Ottawa. Several personalities attended, including the Mayor of Ottawa, City Councillors, and Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Partners along with their clients and business associates.

David Gourlay, Jean Schnob and Emilio B. Imbriglio

David Gourlay, Jean Schnob and Emilio B. Imbriglio

President and CEO Emilio B. Imbriglio, and Ottawa and Outaouais Region Vice-President Jean Schnob received an official Ottawa Champions team jersey from the Club’s President, David Gourlay.

Additionally, before the get-together, Jean Schnob had the honour of making the ceremonial first pitch with Ottawa Mayor, Jim Watson. The attendance of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton members seems to have been auspicious as the Champions won the game 8-1.

Have a great season and good luck to the Ottawa Champions and all their fans!

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01 Jun 2015

Sherbrooke, June 1, 2015 – Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is pleased to enlist the expertise of Dennis Glezos, CPA, and his colleague, Lisa Wilson, who will now offer their talent for the success of their customers as the largest accounting firm in Quebec.

After having worked in the borough of Lennoxville to support their customers, these two experts integrate the premises of the Sherbrooke office of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, located at 455 King Street West. “We are very proud to join a strong team as Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton. This will allow us to provide our customers with many services offered by the firm, which will allow us to accompany them more effectively in their growth and success”, said Dennis Glezos.

“Mr. Glezos is a preferred advisor for the region’s business people. We are also pleased to benefit from his professionalism. He and his colleague are valuable assets for the office, the Eastern Townships region and the whole firm”, concluded the Vice-president of the Eastern Townships region, Réal Létourneau.

About Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton

Founded in 1948, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has become a Canadian leader in the fields of assurance, tax, consulting services, and business recovery & reorganization. Its strength is based on a team of over 2,500 professionals, including some 230 partners. Together, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and Grant Thornton LLP, another Canadian member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, help dynamic Canadian organizations unlock their potential for growth with over 4,300 professionals and some 140 offices across Canada. Grant Thornton International Ltd provides clients with the expertise of member and correspondent firms in more than 130 countries, with over 40,000 professionals.



Francis Letendre
Senior consultant – Public relations
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Tel.: 514 390-4201
[email protected]

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27 May 2015

Congratulations to Martin Deschênes, Chairman of the Partnership Board and Assurance Partner (Montreal), for his recent community involvement as Co-Chair of the Jovia fundraising campaign.

Over $380,000 raised during a “simply glamorous” evening!

This May 6, nearly 700 guests from the business community, healthcare and the arts gathered for the 8th edition of the Jovia Benefit Gala. Véronique Cloutier and Louis Morissette emceed the gala on the theme “Tout simplement glamouristique!” (Simply glamorous!) The event was a real success, raising $386,000 for Jovia, which will be used to deploy the services of therapeutic clowns in Quebec care environments.

Over $380,000 raised during a

From left to right: Martin Deschênes, Louis Morissette, Candide Labelle, Véronique Cloutier, Julien Ponce (Morneau Shepell), and the evening’s honorary chair, Charles Guay (Manulife Quebec)

To learn more about this event, see the article published in the May 12 edition of Le Journal de Montréal by Rodger Brulotte.

About Jovia

Jovia’s mission is to contribute to improving the quality of life of hospital patients through its two therapeutic clown programs that combine complicity, playfulness and imagination. Jovia aims to integrate therapeutic clowns into the treatment plans of Canadian health care facilities.


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26 May 2015
Luc Lacombe

Luc Lacombe

Congratulations to Luc Lacombe, Taxation Partner and President of Cercle Saint-Martin de Laval, for acting as honorary chair of the Théâtre Bluff “Ados d’un soir” benefit evening, which raised nearly $70,000 for the welfare of adolescents.

This event, held last April 27 at Maison des arts de Laval, featured business personalities and professional actors. It was a fine close to the annual fundraising campaign, which enabled the organization to raise $67,497 thanks to its donors’ generosity.

Luc Lacombe, teen for an evening

We should note that Luc Lacombe took on the challenge last year and accepted to go on stage and play the role of a teenager for an evening. This unique experience gave him access to a gem of the Laval artistic community. “I discovered that Théâtre Bluff, for nearly 25 years, thanks to its creations and awareness activities, has built bridges between adolescents and people of my generation. By getting us to discover authors from here and abroad who defend current social issues, Théâtre Bluff is a vector of awakening, transmission and openness to the world,” declared the Taxation Partner stationed at the Laval office.

Thank you to the 150 guests from the school community, the media, politics, the arts and business, who attended this evening to support Théâtre Bluff, the first theatre company dedicated to adolescents to be established in Laval, 25 years ago.