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The 2017 Accolades Finalits Revealed

The 2017 Accolades Finalits Revealed

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The Finalists of The West Island of Montreal Chamber of Commerce 2017 Accolades Competition Unveiled

Pointe-Claire, April 20th, 2017—Close to 150 members of the business community attended yesterday’s press conference cocktail where the finalists of The West Island of Montreal Chamber of Commerce (WIMCC) 2017 Accolades Competition were unveiled. The event took place at the Holiday Inn Pointe-Claire & Suites. The finalists in the 10 categories were proud to be recognized by the business community, in this 32nd edition of rewarding business excellence in the West Island.

“The Grand Jury has accomplished an exceptional task this year in choosing the finalists from the pool of 127 nominations, a record amount received for the Accolades Competition”, stated Éric Léouzon, Maestro Communications and President of the Accolades 2017 Grand Jury. “Considering the quality of the candidacies received in each category, it was a true challenge to determine the finalists per category. Despite this, we accomplished the task with the utmost objectivity”, he concluded.

The next step involves an Independent Jury composed of 3 business people per category who will visit the finalists in their respective categories in order to determine the recipients. They will be unveiled during the Accolades Gala, on June 1st, 2017, at the prestigious Montreal Airport Marriott In-Terminal Hotel. The evening draws close to 350 guests of the West Island business community where this year’s theme will be Get On Board With The Chamber.

The gala will be followed by its signature “After-Party”, sponsored by LEEZA and Bravo Party Rentals.

“We are very proud of our finalists as they represent the excellence and dynamism of our territory’s businesses. The Chamber is also very grateful for the immense support of its partners who contribute to the success of the event”, underlined Mr. Mark Hanna, President & CEO of LEEZA and President of the  Board of Directors of the WIMCC and Mr. Joseph Huza, President & Executive Director of the WIMCC.

About the WIMCC

The West Island of Montreal Chamber of Commerce (WIMCC) is the voice of the West Island business community. Since its creation in 1978, its mission is to represent the interests of its 850 members as well as encourage and promote the development of its business community. The WIMCC’s territory includes all cities and boroughs from Lachine to Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. For more information, visit

Access the Dropbox folder with the official photos of the finalists.


For more information or for an interview :
Mélanie DesRosiers
Events Coordinator
The West Island of Montreal Chamber of Commerce
514-697-4228 x 5502

Accolades 2017 – The finalists

The DESJARDINS Business to Consumer Services Category

  • Alimentation Francis Deroo Inc.
  • DLC Greenteam
  • ProfiTable Inc. (Rotisserie St-Hubert Lachine)
  • Therma-Pro Solutions

The RBC BANQUE ROYALE Distribution Category

  • Bulletproof Logisitics Inc.
  • International Suppliers and Contractors Inc. (Intersac)
  • Globe Electric Company Inc.

The PAQUETTE & ASSOCIÉS, AVOCATS Manufacturing Category

  • Kamek Precision Tools
  • PH Windsolutions Inc.
  • Tornatech

The PME MTL WEST-ISLAND High Technology & Innovation Category

  • ERA Environmental Management Solutions
  • Mogile Technologies
  • Sigma Energy Storage


  • Aesus Packaging Systems Inc.
  • Tornatech
  • Kamek Precision Tools

 Human Resources Category

  • KD Services
  • Laurentide Controls Ltd


  • Canada Care Global Inc.
  • Viita Protection
  • Mogile Technologies

The BANQUE NATIONALE Business to Business Services Category

  • Bulletproof Logistics Inc.
  • Faxinating Solutions
  • Laurentide Controls Ltd.
  • Novotaste Corporation

The HYDRO-QUÉBEC Sustainable Development Category

  • Schluter Systems Canada
  • Sigma Energy Storage

The PARTAGE-ACTION Community Service Category

  • Action Jeunesse de l’Ouest-de-l’Île
  • Literacy Unlimited
  • Volunteer West Island



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