MONTREAL — Tourisme Montréal has named its new Board of Directors. Philippe Sureau, a tourism expert who helped with the start-up and development of several of the companies that would eventually become Transat in 1987, remains Chair.

“Tourisme Montréal is backed by a strong senior-management team. I would like to thank my fellow board members for their exceptional leadership and insights on how to address the city’s key tourism issues. Their commitment to the industry, which is important to the entire province’s economy, is truly commendable,” says Sureau. “Furthermore, the entire Board of Directors applauds the outstanding work of Tourisme Montreal’s president and CEO, Yves Lalumière and all of the organization’s employees.”

Tourisme Montréal ‘s Board of Directors now includes:

  • Myriam Achard, director, Public Relations and Communications, Phi Centre and DHC/ART 
  • Marie-Eve Brunet, general manager, Quebec Federation of Family Community Organizations 
  • Lucie Chabot, corporate director 
  • Bertil Fabre, general manager, Sheraton Centre Montréal
  • Claude Gilbert, president, Gilbert Strategies Inc.
  • Yves Lalumière, president and CEO, Tourisme Montréal 
  • Nathalie Maillé, general manager, Arts Council of Montreal 
  • Johanne Marcotte, vice-president, Operations, Shopping Centres, Ivanhoe Cambridge
  • Robert Mercure, president and CEO, Palais des Congrès de Montréal
  • Marie-Josée Neveu, lawyer and partner, Fasken 
  • Andy Nulman, corporate director  
  • Eve Paré, president and CEO, Hotel Association of Greater Montréal 
  • Jean-François Pouliot, general manager, Omni Mont-Royal
  • Philippe Sureau, co-founder of Transat A.T. and corporate director
  • Robert Trudeau, senior director, Global Corporate Sales and Quebec Market, Air Canada


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