|The Deloitte team is proud to participate in a major project like the Plan Nord by bringing its expertise to the table. It’s an opportunity for us to showcase our know-how and experience in all areas related directly or indirectly to this 25-year plan.|
Deloitte is a global company that has made a name for itself as the standard of excellence. We are ready and eager to embark on this venture by leveraging our key assets:
Plan Deloitte promises a bright future for businesses – here in Quebec and elsewhere in Canada – through a strategy geared toward seven industry sectors. Check out our website and, if you need more information, please contact our leaders.
Plan Nord and your future growth
How can the Plan Nord support the future growth of your business? Michel K. Landry, partner with Deloitte's Financial advisory group, outlines the Plan Nord, a 25-year development plan for the Northern part of Quebec. That project will lead to public and private investment of over 80 billion dollars – mostly in renewable energy, mining, and public infrastructure development.
Plan Nord will lead to public and private investment of over 80 billion dollars – mostly in renewable energy, mining, and public infrastructure development.
To support the future growth of your business, Deloitte has put together "Plan Deloitte," which sets out a strategy focusing on the seven following industries:
|In a climate of economic uncertainty, market globalization, technological challenges, heightened regulatory requirements and demands to create value for shareholders and other stakeholders, it is critical to take a step back and get a complete picture of the company and the industry. Developing strategies helps your organization face its challenges and promotes continuous and sustainable long- term growth and profitability.|
Deloitte’s Corporate strategy team brings together professionals with a broad mix of expertise to help our clients reach their objectives for growth, long-term profitability or repositioning. Our service offering is suited to a wide range of clients among the following:
Take a lead position
For organizations seeking leading positions in an expanding sector or within the framework of the Plan Nord, this strategic approach is essential. Projects carried out on our clients’ behalf include an economic and fiscal impact study of the mining industry in Quebec and a study on the state of municipal infrastructures in Quebec.
Our highly qualified team of specialists is available to assist with your needs in:
Executive summary – The future of Quebec’s manufacturing industry: Solutions for a brighter tomorrow (in French only)
Deloitte and its partners conducted a broad-ranging study on the future of Quebec’s manufacturing industry and suggest tangible solutions to boost its competitiveness.
To get the complete study (French only), please write to Plan.Nord@deloitte.ca.
|Sustainable development is at the heart of the vision for the Plan Nord, and the objectives set out to ensure environmental protection and socio-economic development will require all parties involved, especially the mining companies, to deal with the challenges of sustainable development in designing and executing the projects to be carried out in Northern Quebec.|
For example, every phase of a mining project lifecycle has significant environmental, social and economic impacts, which represent risks and opportunities for a mining company. Sustainable development poses multiple challenges, such as the involvement of local communities from the exploration phase and beyond, occupational health and safety, technological and environmental innovation in operating methods, and site restoration after project completion. This is why businesses need to respond strategically right from the start.
Assess the opportunities and risks
Stakeholders in the mining industry have mounting expectations and the social acceptability of future mining projects will be a decisive factor in their development. These stakeholders include Aboriginal communities, public authorities (municipalities, government representatives, etc.), environmental and social groups, and other organizations affected by mining or having an influence on the industry. Today it is essential for Plan Nord stakeholders, especially mining companies, to weigh the risks and opportunities associated with sustainable development and to be able to demonstrate how their projects align with government sustainable development objectives.
Deloitte helps both private and public organizations to seize these opportunities and strategically integrate sustainability issues into their projects and activities.
To get a print copy of any of the below publications, please email us
|Series of publications on sustainability and climate change
This Deloitte’s series of publications is filled with valuable information on leading sustainable development and climate change challenges.
|Environmental Reporting Guidance: CSA Staff Notice 51- 333
The result of a multi-stakeholder development process, the Guidance provides report issuers with important insights into environmental disclosure and compliance requirements.
|Is your corporate footprint stuck in the mud?
Why do companies leave value on the table by suboptimizing their geographic deployment, and how can they better capture that benefit?
|Sustainability reporting: Managing risks and opportunities
Learn how companies can better position themselves to provide consistent disclosure that helps to protect their reputation, operations, and financial well-being.
|While financial investments, infrastructures and the environment are crucial to the Plan Nord’s success, the glue that binds these components together will be human capital. Developing strategies to attract, mobilize and retain a qualified workforce large enough to hold its own is essential for companies seeking to carry out projects or establish themselves in Northern Quebec.|
Deloitte is a leader in advisory services and business solutions aimed at improving the performance of human capital. The Deloitte team offers a complete line of services related to talent management, organizational transformation and change management. Our human capital and industry specialists help organizations achieve their strategic objectives in the mining, energy, forestry, transportation and telecommunications industries and the public sector.
Navigate local realities
To catch the attention of a limited talent pool – where competition is fierce to recruit the best and brightest – organizations can count on our knowledge and expertise to surmount the challenges they will face. Talent management strategies carried out in partnership with local communities, workforce diversity, new workers and human capital management processes are some of the areas where we can propose concrete, innovative solutions based on your organization’s ability to remain alert, flexible and effective in navigating local realities.
Our team of Human Capital professionals can provide assistance by offering the following services:
|CanadaWorks 2025 - Scenarios and strategies for the future of work in Canada
Based on extensive research and insights from over 50 experienced interviewees, this report describes three possible futures for Canada’s workplace and workforce.
|Put workforce planning to work – How a strategic workforce plan can improve your bottom line
Preparing for talent shortages and juggling diverse, multi-generational workforces requires radical changes in your organization’s workforce philosophy.
|Balancing the people equation – How enhanced collaboration can help solve labour challenges in the oil sands
This report presents the issues associated with shortages of skilled labour and productivity, and the solutions implemented by the oil sands industry.
|Enterprise social media: Exposed and down to earth – How to generate real business value with Web 2.0 technologies
In this document, Deloitte specialists look at the interactive, collaborative ways social media can help your business reach its goals.
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