Cameron Ressources Humaines
Human Resources Management Firm
Recruiting – Pay Equity – Work-Family Balance
Present in four locations throughout Québec: Lac-Mégantic (Estrie and Eastern Townships), Lévis (Chaudière-Appalaches and Québec), Saint-Georges (Beauce, Etchemins and Bellechasse), and Thetford Mines (Appalaches, Centre-du-Québec and Bois-Francs). Cameron Ressources Humaines has a mission and a passion: to help managers achieve their organizational objectives based on strategic management of their human resources.
Nancy Cameron, founder of the firm, has acquired many years of experience as an HR manager in manufacturing companies (unionized and non-unionized). She holds a Bachelor’s (Université de Montréal, 1994) and a Master’s degree in industrial relations (Université Laval, 1996).
As the firm’s principal adviser, Nancy also knows how to make her enterprise shine through her involvement in numerous activities: president and administrator of various boards, speaker and trainer, member of several workforce committees.
In addition, Cameron Ressources Humaines’ expertise is based on a solid team of skilled, dynamic and efficient professionals; each contributing their talents according to their own specialty: human resources management, recruiting, pay equity, labor law, new career orientation, psychology, work-family balance, and industrial medicine.
That is why the Cameron Ressources Humaines team can offer a diversity of solutions, tailored to the reality and culture of each company.
Source: Cameron ressources humaines
(Estrie and Eastern Townships)
(Beauce, Etchemins and Bellechasse)
(Chaudière-Appalaches and Québec)
|4152, Laval Street|
Canada G6B 1B3
Phone: 819 583-3239
Cameron ressources humaines Website
Canada G5Y 7X3
Phone: 418 228-5008
|5700, J.-B.-Michaud Street|
Canada G6V 0B1
Phone : 418 446-4162
|733, Frontenac Blvd. West
Thetford Mines (Québec)
Canada G6G 7X9
Phone : 418 338-5006
Professional Forest Management Services
Services forestiers François Martel takes the time to listen to the forest owners and maple syrup producers and really understand their needs and objectives, in order to provide the best advice and services.
Fields of expertise :
- Tree marking
- Forest appraisal
- Forest roadway network
- Maple syrup production plan
- Forestry development plan
- Assistance to apply for financial support programs
Website : Services forestiers François Martel
Professional Maple Syrup Production Services
ProForêt Consultants inc. is a forest engineer consulting firm operating in the fields of forest management, environmental monitoring and certification.
Its mission: innovate to satisfy and anticipate the clients’ needs by offering different services compared to competitors in terms of natural resource and land management.
Located in Lac-Mégantic, ProForêt Consultants Inc. offers, since June 2007, different services in the field of forest management, environmental monitoring, maple syrup production and forest certification.
The firm proposes a complete range of services aimed at private businesses, forest owners and maple syrup producers, and also to different government agencies.
If you are looking for help with environmental monitoring, certification, elaboration of a forest management plan, inventory or tree marking of a forest parcel, a maple syrup production plan, or any other forest related work, ProForêt Consultants Inc. is there for you.
To satisfy our partners and develop long-term business relationships with our clients, professionalism is valued to the utmost by the founders of the firm.
ProForêt consultants Inc. offers complete and thorough expertise thanks to the experience and complementary skills of its two owners and their employees. Combined with their natural dynamism, these qualities represent a major asset that sets ProForêt Consultants Inc. apart.
Website : Proforêt
Solidarity – Mutual Aid – Cooperation
In the Lac-Mégantic region, the origins of mutuality go back to 1926 with the creation of the Compagnie d’assurance mutuelle for fire protection in the municipalities of the united counties of Spaulding and Ditchfield, which later became the Compagnie d’asssurance mutuelle for fire protection and lighting in the city of Frontenac. In order to build a better organization offering complete insurance services, the Mutuelle de Frontenac merges its activities with the Mutuelle de Saint-Samuel, located in Lac-Drolet. It then becomes the Société mutuelle for fire protection of the Frontenac County which establishes its offices on the Vétéran Boulevard in Lac-Mégantic. The sales revenue for the Société mutuelle was at the time $290,000.
In 1988, the Société Mutuelle acquired its new headquarter building, which undergoes a complete renovation in 1995. Ensuing agreements with Promutuel Coaticook-Sherbrooke and Promutuel Appalaches-St-François (2004), the Société Mutuelle extended its territory to the East Angus and Fleurimont region, and changed its name for Promutuel Monts et Rives. Finally, in 2007, the Société Mutuelle acquired a portion of the Vigneault Lachance brokers’ clientele and now has an office in Guadeloupe.
Promutuel Monts et Rives is…
- Trust from almost 11,000 individuals who insure their own property or life, or that of other family members
- A total of $12,116,795 in written premium
- $22,000,000 in claims paid to insured members
- Assets of $11,550,000
In addition to auto, house, RV (motor homes), business, and farm insurance, Promutuel Assurance offers its members complementary products to fulfill their different needs.
The Tragedy of July 6th 2013 in Lac-Mégantic
Five days after the Lac-Mégantic tragedy, and thanks to the support and collaboration of its employees, the activities of the Société Mutuelle’s headquarter office, located within the disaster aera, had been relocated.
After such a tragedy, mutuality took on its full meaning. In effect, Promutuel Monts et Rives received help from many other mutuals,as well as from the Federation’s indemnity service. Insurance claims were processed rapidly, with cash advances to appease the worries of many of its members. “We made all possible efforts, and our customers experienced the local trait that sets us apart: our proximity with the impacted individuals”, said the Promutuel Monts et Rives’ general manager, Mr. Pierre Bélair.
The volume of business at the Société Mutuelle has been steadily growing and clearly shows the support from the people of the region.
“The solidarity of the Québec population touched the Lac-Mégantic community deeply. Without a doubt, with all the support, collaboration and financial help, our downtown will be stronger than ever. Here is a good reason why people from everywhere should feel at home with us”, continued Mr. Bélair.
Source : Promutuel assurance Monts et Rives
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
Helping the SME and the large enterprise from all sectors of activities, the Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton firm was a pioneer in Québec by integrating management professionals into their accounting group. Founded in 1948, the firm is now an international leader in the fields of certification, taxation, consulting services, turnaround and bankruptcy.
This advantage now stems from a team of more than 2,400 professionals, with almost 1,800 present in Québec and 230 associates working in over 100 offices throughout the different regions of Québec, Eastern Ontario and New Brunswick (Edmundston).
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton is there to help dynamic organizations from all sectors, SMEs or large companies, public or para-public organizations.
In Canada, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and their partner Grant Thornton LLP, represent more than 4,100 professionals; they rank 5th in terms of the largest accounting firm in Canada.
For more than 30 years, Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton has been a member of Grant Thornton International Ltd., offering its clientele access to the expertise of members and representatives in other cabinets all over the world.
Highlights – Their International Network:
- Members and representatives in more than 130 countries
- More than 38,000 employees (including associates)
- Over $4.5B in fees (US$)
Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton in Lac-Mégantic
Mr. Guy Fauteux, Associate, is manager of the Lac-Mégantic office, which is celebrating its 55 years of existence. Originally founded under the name Bélanger, Saint-Jacques, Sirois, the firm joined the Raymond Grant Thornton group in 1986. Mr. Fauteux and his team of 15 employees set themselves apart through their leadership and commitment to the region.
In effect, they are involved with many local organizations such as the Lions Club, the Chamber of Commerce, the management committees of young enterprises, the Comité Vision 2015, and others.
Source: Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton
In Canada, WSP is one of the largest engineering firms with approximately 6,650 employees; composed mainly of engineers, technicians, scientists, architects and numerous experts of the environment sector, working in all the provinces of Canada.
WSP is a multinational firm founded in Canada, and we are proud today to be a leader in our field and rank amongst the 10th largest professional services firms around the world.
Our company offers services to transform artificial environments and restore natural habitats; our skills are very diverse: site restoration and decontamination, urban planning, building construction, conception of sustainable transportation networks, valuing new energy sources to exploit, and finding new methods in natural resource extraction.
Supported by our expertise and vision, we elaborate solutions that add value to your projects. Over the last 50 years, our multidisciplinary teams delivered a vast array of projects – some winning national and international awards.
In the world, WSP is recognized as one of the most important professional services firms. The firm employs 32,000 employees in more than 500 offices located in 39 countries on five continents.
Desjardins Group values
Because every cooperative operates in its own sphere of activity, Desjardins, as cooperative financial group, has identified values which guide the decisions and actions of everyone within the organization to ensure that our vision and mission are carried out.
Money at the service of human development
At Desjardins, we think money constitutes a lever for the autonomy and development of people and communities.
Our members and clients interests are what drive our actions
By choosing Desjardins, our members, officers and employees contribute to and invest themselves in the development of their cooperative and the entire group.
Personal commitment is what sustains a cooperative.
At Desjardins, power is exercised democratically, meaning that all members may participate in decisions and orientations in accordance with the “one member one vote” principle.
Participation is the essence of Desjardins’s cooperative nature.
Integrity and rigour
At Desjardins, for the common good, no effort is spared to earn and maintain the trust of our members, clients and partners. This responsibility requires honesty, objectivity, competence and transparency, as well as respect for all regulations and guidelines pertaining to our business and management practices.
Managing our members and clients assets is something we take seriously.
Solidarity with the community
At Desjardins, we actively participate in the social and economic development of communities in order to help create sustainable prosperity.
Mutual assistance and understanding are the basis of Desjardins’s commitment to individuals and communities.
At Desjardins, we pool our resources—which is key if we want to do our best to meet the needs of our members and clients. Working together is also necessary to deliver consistent and effective contributions towards community development.
Being part of cooperative financial group means our caisses and components are joining forces so that together we are stronger.
National Bank of Canada offers integrated financial services to consumers, small and medium-sized enterprises and large corporations. It operates three key lines of business—Personal and Commercial Banking, Wealth Management and Financial Markets. Through its nearly 20,000 employees, National Bank offers a complete range of services, including banking and investment solutions for individual and corporate clients, securities brokerage, insurance and wealth management. National Bank is the leading banking institution in Quebec, where it is the partner of choice for SMEs.
Our branch in Lac-Mégantic is located in the new commercial area on Rue Papineau, south of the Chaudière River and near the supermarket.
5955 Rue Papineau, Lac-Mégantic
Monday 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Tuesday 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Wednesday 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Monday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Thursday 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Friday 9:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.