La Salle and Villeneuve
In the vault of La Salle and Villeneuve , notaries in Mont-Tremblant in the Laurentians, are carefully classified over 125,000 contracts. Projects, frescoes of family stories, joys and sorrows, these pages written by four generations of notaries bear witness to the little history of an entire region.
June 20, 1890 marked the opening of the study of Me PA Barrette, the first notary to settle in Mont-Tremblant. He sold his registry in 1925 to notary Calixte Proulx, who was later joined by his son Gilles to form the study Proulx and Proulx, notaries. 38 years later, in 1963, Gilles Proulx was joined by Me Réjean La Salle who, following the death of Me Proulx in 1976, formed the study La Salle & Villeneuve, notaries with Réjean Villeneuve.
Having transmitted his love of the profession to her daughter, Me La Salle welcomed Sophie La Salle to the study in 2000. 11 years later, it was Me Villeneuve's turn to open the doors of the study to his daughter Léliane Villeneuve. Thus, history continues to be written.