Very close to his grandparents, Luc Maurice always cared deeply about their happiness and well-being. After seeing a residence under construction that left a good deal to be desired and determined that his family would never live in such conditions, he founded Le Groupe Maurice. The company’s watchwords are the art of living and seniors’ freedom and happiness.
Various actresses who previously performed in stagings of Les Belles-sœurs (including Denise Filiatrault, Janine Sutto, Michelle Rossignol and others) gather to pay tribute to playwright Michel Tremblay.
This legislation, which was adopted unanimously by Quebec’s National Assembly, grants gay and lesbian couples in civil unions the same rights and privileges as married heterosexual couples, particularly in the area of adoption.
During the annual commemoration of the 1837-1838 Rebellion, Quebec premier Bernard Landry announces the creation of a new statutory holiday, to be celebrated on the same day as Victoria Day in the rest of Canada.
The National Assembly approves a law setting out conditions enabling individuals to obtain medical assistance with dying and specifying requirements that must be met before physicians can provide any such assistance.
This facility exclusively offered care services for non-autonomous individuals and, as such, did not reflect Le Groupe Maurice’s core business. This sale ties in with our decision to reposition our business mission: to offer Quebecers outstanding places to live throughout their retirement years.