27 Sep 2013

Through its 80th exhibition, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton in the Eastern Townships is continuing its mission of promoting the creations of local artistic talent. The most recent vernissage was held this September 10 at the Sherbrooke office, where it will be presented until December.

For the occasion, the works of painters Geneviève Reesör, Rubén Ramonda and Gérald Quirion will be exhibited at the Sherbrooke office, located at 455 Rue King Ouest, Suite 500.

Mr. Réal Létourneau, Vice-President, Eastern Townships Region, was accompanied by Mr. Tom Allen, President of the 2013 Canada Games and guest of honour, and artists Geneviève Reesör, Rubén Ramonda and Gérald Quirion.

Mr. Réal Létourneau, Vice-President, Eastern Townships Region, was accompanied by Mr. Tom Allen, President of the 2013 Canada Games and guest of honour, and artists Geneviève Reesör, Rubén Ramonda and Gérald Quirion.

An artistic tradition over 25 years old

For over 25 years, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has promoted Eastern Townships visual artists. The exhibitions presented on its premises are supported with great enthusiasm by the region’s artistic community. Over the years, no fewer than 218 different artists have showcased their talent and made themselves known.

Congratulations to everyone at the Sherbrooke office responsible, directly or indirectly, for this fine success. We welcome the people who will come to admire the exhibited works!

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25 Sep 2013

The American law reform on immigration could change the rules in the matter of United States’ stay. To avoid any bad surprises from the American tax authorities, Les Affaires journal asked experts to share their advice and the expertise of Jean-François Poulin, taxation Partner at the Québec office, was solicited.

Read the article published in Les Affaires (September 21, 2013) (in French only)

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24 Sep 2013

Jocelyn ThéoretCongratulations to Jocelyn Théoret, Customer Experience Manager in Montréal’s Management Consulting Group, for his appointment to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada’s Provincial Board.

His new role is an extension of his previous involvement in various organizations, including the Jeune Chambre de Commerce de Montréal, the ToHu benefit event and Service aux Jeunes Entrepreneurs, through which he was able to give back to the community while promoting Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton’s know-how.

About the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

As a volunteer organization, the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada’s mission is improve the health of Canadians by preventing and reducing disability and death from heart disease and stroke through research, health promotion and advocacy.

In Quebec, the Foundation has:

  • 10 regional offices
  • 65 employees
  • 12,000 volunteers
  • Hundreds of thousands of donors

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18 Sep 2013

On the invitation of the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montréal, the President and Chief Executive Officer of Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, Emilio B. Imbriglio, had the privilege of briefly presenting the firm and its strengths: its talent and its clients!

As a Platinum Major Partner of the organization, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton also had the opportunity to explain how Montréal contributes to its success and what the Board of Trade of Metropolitan Montréal represents for the firm.

This is a testimonial by the President and Chief Executive Officer, showing the vitality of a firm like ours for the dynamic organizations of the metropolis and beyond.

This short clip produced on behalf of the Montréal business organization can be consulted on this Web page or directly from this video link.