26 Nov 2014

During the evening of a masked ball held for “Semaine nationale de la visibilité de l’action communautaire autonome”, the national week of visibility for independent community action, Corporation de développement communautaire de Beauce-Etchemins (CDCBE) presented Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton with the Prix reconnaissance, recognizing its community involvement.

This award was presented to all of our firm’s Beauce offices, particularly due to our participation on various boards of organizations such as Conseil économique de Beauce and Chambre de commerce de St-Georges. It was also a testimonial to our support to various charities, such as Moisson Beauce and Centraide Chaudière-Appalaches, to name only a few!

200 guests unmask community organizations

Held this October 25 in the presence of more than 200 guests, this evening was conceived to unmask Beauce community organizations and offer them visibility in the region, to thank them for their work and their support to the community.

Antoine Morin et Karine Béland

Antoine Morin and Karine Béland, both Assurance Managers at the Saint-Georges office, were proud to represent the firm during the event and pose with the Mayor of Saint-Georges, Mr. Claude Morin.

Congratulations to all the employees and partners of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Beauce offices, who contribute to the development and blossoming of their community! This involvement is a reflection of our corporate culture and our CLEARR values. Congratulations!

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25 Nov 2014

In an article published in La Tribune, Sylvain Gilbert, Taxation Partner at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, analyzes the impacts on households of the recent austerity measures announced by the Government. In his opinion, “it will be difficult to proceed with reengineering of the State (…) without creating a public outcry”. However, he considers that the Government must make its priority to target structures, not services, and favour indirect taxes instead of taxes.

To learn more, see the November 16 article: “Austérité budgétaire : les ménages sensibles aux contrecoups” (Budget austerity: households sensitive to aftershocks)

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25 Nov 2014

In an article published in Le Trait d’Union, Jean-Philippe Brosseau, Manager in Strategic and Performance Consulting at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, explains that the current Mascouche Airport site could generate $200 million of investments within the next 20 years, depending on the scenario chosen by the City.

These forecasts are based on a report produced by Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton for Ville de Mascouche, which analyzes four scenarios for the airport.

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24 Nov 2014

Upon the initiative of President and CEO Emilio B. Imbriglio and Senior Manager, Transaction Support, Souheil Chaker, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton held its fourth annual sharing and networking cocktail for those who studied in an Ivy League university.

More than 100 attended this unique event

In a festive and casual atmosphere, the popular event took place on October 2, 2014 on the 23rd floor of the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton offices in Montreal with more than 100 attendees.

(Note that the Ivy League is a group of private universities in the Northeastern U.S. that are among the oldest and most prestigious of the country.)

Cocktail Ivy League 2014

Thanks to all who attended this memorable evening. Until next year when Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton holds the fifth annual Ivy League cocktail!

See event photos