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Thursday, October 30, 2014

DÉFILÉ D'HALLOWEEN

N'oubliez pas c'est la parade d'Halloween demain beau temps mauvais temps pleins de petit monstre seront au rendez-vous elle débutera à 18h à l'intersection rue Monette/Principale pour se terminer à l'église de Saint-Sauveur. Sur ce soyez prudent sur les routes demain soir et manger pas trop de bonbon !!
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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
The Saint-Sauveur Valley Chamber of Commerce and Tourism’s executive committee is composed of the following members:


Accommodations sector
Manon Girouard, Le Jolibourg Motel

Dominic Gauthier, Manoir Saint-Sauveur


Services for members sector
Michael Gevers, Groupe King Communications


Attractions and entertainment sector
Christian Dufour, Mont Saint-Sauveur International (MSSI)


Boutiques sector
Ritchie Philibert, La Folia boutique

Restaurants sector
Nathalie Deneault, La Cage aux Sports


Piedmont businesses sector
Ginette Paré, Gîte La Chrysalide


Financial services sector
Johanne Roy, Caisse Desjardins de la Vallée de Saint-Sauveur

 

Gilles Léonard, Municipal councillor
Diane Dufour Flynn, Municipal councillor

Normand Durand, Municipal councillor (Piedmont)

 


Executive committee meetings are held on the last Wednesday of every month.

 

 

VARIOUS COMMITTEES


The Saint-Sauveur Valley Chamber of Commerce is attentive to the concerns of its members. That is why various committees are set up during the year, offering members an opportunity to exchange ideas on issues facing the town’s different sectors.  After the committees meet, presentations and lobbying efforts are made to various government agencies involved. Some committees, meanwhile, are formed to organize local events with a goal to create greater visibility for Saint-Sauveur Valley merchants. Other committees offer resources for fund-raising initiatives for the Chamber of Commerce, to attract more visitors to the region.





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