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November 8, 2016

STELIA, Danone Canada and Ubisoft Honoured in Montréal

STELIA North America (aerospace), Danone Canada (agri-food) and Ubisoft (video games) each won a Tribute Award at the Attractiveness Forum on November 4 for their exceptional contributions to the Greater Montréal economy between 2010 and 2015.


A scene from the game Watch Dogs 2, by Ubisoft


Investissement Québec Director of International Subsidiaries Éric Dequenne had the pleasure of presenting the Tribute Award in the “More than 500 employees” category to Yannis Mallat, Chief Executive Officer of Ubisoft, which operates the city’s largest video game studio.


Danone Canada, one of the agri-food industry’s most dynamic companies, received a Tribute Award in the “200 to 499 employees” category, while STELIA North America, a manufacturer of structural components and complex aerospace equipment, took the honours in the “1 to 199 employees” category.


Organized by Montréal International, the forum salutes foreign subsidiaries’ contributions in Greater Montréal in terms of their investments, the number and quality of the jobs they create, their involvement with the community, their R&D partnerships with Montréal universities and their values for a sustainable environment.


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