01 Feb 2018

Montmagny, February 1, 2018 – Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is proud to announce the merger of the activities of Richard Dubreuil CPA inc. with those of its Côte-du-Sud region, in the towns of Montmagny, La Pocatière and Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, in effect since January 1, 2018.

For both organizations, the transaction provides their clients a combination of solid expertise with a human touch and a robust service offering.

Founded in 2000, Richard Dubreuil CPA inc. has approximately a dozen employees providing tax, assurance and personal and corporate tax return services. The founder and its employees will join the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton team in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli.

Michel Proulx, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Regional Vice-President stated: “We are very pleased to have Richard Dubreuil and his team join us. These professionals have a proven track record for maintaining quality business relationships with their clients. With the arrival of these new talents, clients in the region will have access to a larger group of experts sharing the same values of excellence and quality.”

Richard Dubreuil added: “There is no doubt that joining the ranks of the largest accounting firm in Quebec and a member of an extensive national and international organization is the best way to ensure quality services for my clients and better support for our local organizations. I’m very enthusiastic about the merger. Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is the best firm to be able to combine service with a human touch together with the expertise of the largest accounting firm.”

The two groups are expected to combine their teams in the current premises of Richard Dubreuil CPA inc. by the end of 2018. Clients of the Dubreuil team will be able to continue dealing with their respective consultant while having access to Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s extensive service offering in accordance with the highest assurance, tax and advisory standards in the industry.

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Founded in 1948, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has become a Canadian leader in the areas of assurance, tax, consulting services and business recovery and reorganization, with more than 2,300 professionals, including approximately 200 partners. Together, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and Grant Thornton LLP, another Canadian member firm of Grant Thornton International Ltd, comprise more than 4,200 professionals and close to 140 offices across Canada to help Canadian organizations achieve their full growth potential both locally and globally. Grant Thornton International Ltd’s member and correspondent firms provide clients with the expertise of some 47,000 professionals in more than 130 countries.

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26 Jan 2018

On January 17, 2018, the Regroupement des cabinets de comptables provided their comments about Bill 141 intended primarily to improve the regulation of the financial sector, the protection of deposits of money and the operation of financial institutions.

The public hearings are part of the special consultations of the Quebec National Assembly’s Committee on Public Finance .

Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton Partner Martin Deschênes among the spokespersons

Martin Deschênes, Partner and Leader of the Financial Advisory Group, was one of the spokespersons for the Regroupement des cabinets de comptables, with Alain Côté (Partner at Deloitte), to enlighten Committee members about the practical aspects of the amendments resulting from Bill 141 concerning the practice of the CPA profession.

It was in this vein that the Regroupement des cabinets de comptables recommended that the legislator withdraw from proposed article 17.0.1 of Bill 141 the lifting of professional secrecy and other loyalty or confidentiality obligations of the codes of ethics binding Quebec professionals and their clients to allow time for reflection on the benchmarks surrounding whistleblowing by professionals and that a specific framework be defined accordingly.

To properly understand the accounting firm’s arguments and learn more about their observations and suggestions for improving this bill, view the public hearings, primarily the experts presentation (first 10 minutes).

You can also consult the article (in French) that appeared in the January 18 edition of Conseiller.ca to learn more about the various statements made during this consultation day.

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18 Jan 2018


Once again, employees from Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s Rimouski office collaborated with the committee of the Rimouski Opération Nez rouge, a major contributor to the Club de natation les Dauphins de Rimouski, to serve as designated drivers and receive calls from customers.

Since the start of its operations, the Rimouski Opération Nez rouge has been donating all of its profits to the Club de natation les Dauphins de Rimouski. Annik Doiron, Senior Tax Manager and President of the Rimouski Opération Nez rouge, has been participating in this initiative for three years now. She explained, “My three children are all swimmers; so it’s only natural for my community involvement to be related in some way to this sport. Also, Opération Nez rouge is an organization that I greatly admire. It has a dual mission of making our roads safer and financially supporting local organizations dedicated to young people and amateur sports”.

In 2016, the Rimouski Opération Nez rouge committee donated $21,000 to the Club de natation les Dauphins de Rimouski, to be used to train the Club instructors. This was key support for young swimmers in the region. More than 260 athletes train at the Club, five of which at the Canadian level.

Employees volunteering for Opération Nez rouge in December 2017 in company of the Nez Rouge mascot: Denis St-Laurent, Financial Analyst; Francis D’Astous, Supervisor; Annik Doiron, Senior Tax Manager; Roxanne Paradis, Administrative Assistant, and Ann LeMay, Business Partner.


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17 Jan 2018
Louise Martel
Partner | B.A.A, C.R.I.A. | Human resources consulting

Any employee with a minimum amount of ambition dreams of quickly ascending the corporate ladder. However, skipping certain steps can lead to professional burn out.

Louise Martel, Partner at Raymond Chabot Ressources Humaines inc. says, “Climbing too fast can get overwhelming and land you in a job beyond your qualifications.”

Furthermore, Gen Y workers seem to be in more of a hurry to advance their career than the previous generations. “They want it all and they want it quickly, but you can’t buy experience,” added our expert.

To learn more about this topic, read the following articles published in the January 10th edition of the Journal de Montréal (in French):

Croître autrement, c’est possible

Avancement de carrière : on se calme!

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