Board of Directors
Miguel Castellanos, President of the Board
André Casaubon, Director
Ted DiGiorgio, Director
Jacques Gravel, Director
Michel St-Amour, Director
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The Fabrique de la paroisse Notre-Dame de Montréal is a non-profit organization whose history goes hand in hand with that of the city of Montréal. More than 300 years after the beginnings of the city and the construction of the first Notre-Dame church, the organization has retained its dynamism and employs over 150 people. A true institution in Montréal, the Fabrique oversees the healthy development of the Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Cemetery, the largest in Canada, as well as Notre-Dame Basilica of Montréal, a place of pilgrimage, tourism and culture not to be missed. By relying on respect for human beings, ethics, quality customer service, professionalism, rigour and teamwork, the Fabrique manages its activities in such a way as to allow for a financial balance that ensures its sustainability and allows it to fulfill its long-term obligations.