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He was in charge for nearly 10 years. He thus contributed significantly to the construction of the empire Quebecor acting, for example, as a negotiator for all the enterprise acquisitions.
In , he becomes Chairman of the Board for Quebecor Inc. Since , Charles-Albert Poissant devotes himself actively to philanthropic works and offers his volunteer expertise to various foundations in the field of education and health. He still goes every day to the head office of Quebecor , on Saint-Jacques street in Montreal , where he still has an office.
Coming from a modest background, he knows how much a structured and well targeted assistance can change things and improve lives. The mission of the new Chair that he helped create at UQAM in aims at a better usage and control of monetary assistance, like funds from Canada towards the countries of Africa, but on a more regional level, that of the Quebec and Montreal non-profit organizations. The research carried out within the C-A Poissant Chair framework must eventually lead to the establishment of a code of ethics for national and international aid.
At 82, Charles-Albert Poissant is not ready to call it a day. Car il passe par le subconscient. Charles-Albert Poissant died on March 11, Poissant received many prestigious awards during his career.
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