Six legal professionals appointed by the Council of Ministers

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I Marie Helene Gauthier. Source: LinkedIn

The Council of Ministers loves lawyers: it has just made six appointments from among the members of the Bar Association.

Me first Maria Helena Gauthier he was appointed interim president of the Bureau d’audiences publiques sur l’environnement (BAPE). She was until now the vice president.

The current president of BAPE, Philip Bourkeis leaving four months before the end of his term to take up a management role at Hydro-Québec.

Me Gauthier began her career as an attorney in commercial and corporate law at Bérard Avocats.

Bar 1994, he was a lecturer in Environmental Law, Regional and Local Municipal Administration and Major Risk Law at the Faculty of Political Science and Law at UQAM, and lecturer in Legislative Framework in Urban Planning at the Faculty of Political Science and Law of the same university.

She was also a professor at the Institute of Urban Planning at the Faculty of Planning at the University of Montreal.

In 2012, he joined BAPE as an additional part-time member. before becoming a member six years later. She was vice president of BAPE since last year.

I Marie Hélène Gauthier has a degree in Law from the University of Montreal. She also has a DESS in management from HEC Montreal. She is a member of the Quebec Institute of Mediation and Arbitration.

Me Stephane Labrie.  Source: LinkedIn

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Me Stephane Labrie. Source: LinkedIn

Commission for the Protection of Agricultural Lands

I Stephane Labrie is reappointed to the presidency of the Québec Agricultural Territory Protection Commission. He has been its president since 2018.

This 1991 bar first practiced for nearly ten years as a partner in Billy’s Lavery. He then spent another decade as a partner at Langlois Kronström Desjardins, before joining KSA.

In 2012, Me Stéphane Labrie was appointed CEO of Régie du bâtiment du Québec, who left in 2018 when he was appointed president of the Commission de protection du territoire agricole du Québec.

Me Stéphane Labrie holds a bachelor’s degree in law from the Université Laval and a master’s degree in business administration from the Université du Québec à Rimouski. He is also a Certified Corporate Director by the College of Corporate Directors at Université Laval.

The Régie des alcohols, des course et des jeux

I Marc Savard was renamed manager of Régie des alcohols, descursos et des jeux. He has held this position since 2007.

This 1998 bar was practiced successively at the Fasken Martineau Dumoulin, then at the Desjardins Ducharme Stein Monast.

In 2002, he became project coordinator and legal advisor for the Société des internationales du sport de Montreal. He then joined the office of the Minister of Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development as a special assistant.

In 2006, he was named Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. A year later, he was nominated for the Régie des alcohols, des course et des jeux.

From 2022 to 2007, the attorney served as Governor and Secretary-Treasurer of Prince Edward Island Rocket.

Me Savard holds a BA in Commerce from Concordia University and a law degree from the University of Ottawa.

I returned to Quebec

I Marc Grandisson was reappointed to the Board of Directors of Agence du Revenu du Québec.

This bar in 1987 joined Revenue Canada early in his career, before joining the Department of Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development as a legislative advisor.

In 1991, the attorney joined the Canadian Department of Finance as a tax policy officer, then manager of the First Nations taxation sector.

I, Marc Grandisson, joined the Quebec Ministry of Finance in 2002. He held management positions, before being appointed deputy deputy minister, first for economic and fiscal policies, then for fiscal and tax law. Since 2013, the lawyer has been Deputy Deputy Minister of Tax Law, Revenue Optimization and Local and Indigenous Policies.

I Marc Grandisson holds a law degree from Université Laval. He is also a Certified Corporate Director by the College of Corporate Directors at the same university.

I Jonathan Tetrault.  Source: LinkedIn

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I Jonathan Tetrault. Source: LinkedIn

Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

I Jonathan Tetrault is appointed an independent member of the Board of Directors of the Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal. He has been a managing partner at Sagard Holdings for two years.

This 1998 bar started his career as a lawyer at Borden Ladner Gervais. He then joined McKinsey as a managing partner in the Montreal office, where he spent most of his career.

In 2016, Me Jonathan Tétrault was named President and CEO of Cirque du Soleil. He was then responsible for all company operations and development activities. He leaves in early 2020 and joins Sagard Holdings.

I Jonathan Tétrault holds a BA in Law from the University of Montreal, a BA in International Political Studies from the Institut d’études politiques (IEP) in Paris, as well as a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Oxford.

Me Sophie Lefrancois.  Source: LinkedIn

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Me Sophie Lefrancois. Source: LinkedIn

The Grand Theater of Quebec

I Sophie Lefrancois was appointed an independent member of the board of directors of the Société du Grand Théâtre de Québec. She is a lawyer and corporate secretary for compliance and property management at Aéroport de Québec.

The lawyer first worked at Fontaine Garneau & Associés, before joining Fortsum as director of litigation and corporate secretary. She also served as an attorney at Telus.

She has worked at Aéroport de Québec since 2009. And since 2012, she has been a member of the board of directors of CHU de Québec, of which she is the second vice-president.

Me Lefrançois has been a professor of contract law and business law at the Faculty of Law at Laval University since 2003.

He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree in law from the Université Laval. She is a Certified Corporate Director by the College of Corporate Directors at the same university.

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