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Normandin Beaudry | A Leader in Total Rewards

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We create human capital and financial performance with our clients through the excellence of our experts ignited by a total rewards mindset.

Since 1992, we have been sharing our cutting-edge knowledge in all our areas of expertise. Normandin Beaudry sets itself apart as a firm that is committed to straight talk: we’re always there in black and white.


Normandin Beaudry is founded

Owned exclusively by its professionals

Count on the presence and stability of key employees

More than 200 employees

ignited by a total rewards mindset

A visionary leader

in total rewards and actuarial consulting

An enviable roster of Canadian clients

Major corporations, SMBs, para-governmental organizations, municipalities and non-profit organizations

8 areas of expertise

  • Health
  • Performance
  • Compensation
  • Communication
  • Group Benefits
  • Pension and Savings
  • Pension Plans Administration
  • Asset Management Consulting


National pharmacare: Our analysis of the interim report

In February 2018, the federal government announced in its budget the creation of an Advisory Council on the Implementation of National Pharmacare, which led us to write our White Paper in November 2018 exposing our analysis based on four guiding principles: access, cost stability, public-private mix and efficiency.

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2018 tax credit for medical expenses

For the 2018 tax year, Canadian taxpayers could be entitled to a tax credit ranging from 4% to 20% of medical expenses incurred for themselves or their dependants. The credit is subject to certain conditions and depends on the province or territory of residence.

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Bill 10 – Improvements to the pay equity audit process (part one)

The Quebec government recently introduced a bill amending the Pay Equity Act mainly to improve the pay equity audit process. This Bill is in response to a decision by the Supreme Court of Canada on May 10, 2018, which had ruled that three sections of the Act were unconstitutional. The highest court had granted the Quebec government one year to make the necessary amendments to the Act.

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Our coordinates


630 René-Lévesque Blvd West, 30th floor
Montreal, QC H3B 1S6



180 John Street
Toronto, ON M5T 1X5


Quebec City

1751 du Marais, Suite 300
Quebec City, QC G1M 0A2