Ancestral home dating 1820, the Desruisseaux Cottage offers a quaint and authentic setting steeped in history on the shores of the majestic St-Lawrence River.
Enjoy a landscape comprised of a magnificent 125 000 sq ft garden overlooking the river.
Résidence ancestrale datant de 1820, le chalet DesRuisseaux offre un lieu de quiétude authentique où transpire son histoire aux abords du majestueux fleuve Saint-Laurent.
Venez apprécier son jardin de 125 000 pieds carrés surplombant le fleuve.
Located within 50 minutes of Quebec City and Trois-Rivières, it is an ideal location for tourists, vacationers and business people.
Roch Gamache is a senior management executive and expert in corporate and organizational development that detains over two decades of experience in the corporate, government and not-for-profit sectors. Throughout his career he has built an extensive network and know-how in public affairs for having held senior positions at the cabinet of the Minister of Public Works and Government Services of Canada, as Director of Communications for one of the house leaders in the Canadian House of Commons and, more recently, as Director of the Policy and Research Office for a parliamentary group at the National Assembly of Quebec.
Early on in his career, and for nearly 12 years following his studies in political science at Laval University, Roch Gamache worked in the field of marketing, focusing mainly on the development of international markets as lead in the deployment of numerous trade missions abroad.
He has served on several boards and was at the head of organizations such as the Quebec Federation of Home and School Associations, the Pearson Sustainable Development Centre and is a Past-President of the Fédération des comités de parents de l'île de Montréal (FCPIM).
Chairman of Fabexec, Roch is an executive and industrial affairs specialist in R&D / innovation, public affairs and manufacturing expansion