Construction TCB Inc.

Construction TCB Inc., a Saint-Alexandre-des-Lacs, Quebec-based construction company, filed for bankruptcy on November 11, listing no assets and approximately $12,000 in liabilities. Mallette is the bankruptcy trustee.

ChronoMétriq Inc. and Health Myself Innovations Inc.

ChronoMétriq Inc. and Health Myself Innovations Inc., Montreal, Quebec-based companies in the healthcare sector, each filed an NOI on October 26, collectively listing approximately $9.2 million in liabilities, including approximately $3.2 million of tax debt and approximately $2.9 to CIBC. ChronoMétriq, which operates under the trade name Pomelo Health, provides various software platforms to assist clinics, hospitals and governments with services which include online appointment booking and management of queues. Health Myself Innovations was acquired by ChronoMétriq in the fiscal year ended June 30, 2020. It operates an online portal to enable patients and service providers to interact online and interacts with electronic medical records. The purpose of the NOI proceedings is to facilitate a going concern sale through a SISP. Richter is the proposal trustee. Counsel is Miller Thomson for the companies, McCarthy Tétrault for the proposal trustee and Chaitons for CIBC.

Ben & Tournesol Ltée

Ben & Tournesol Ltée, Westmount, Quebec-based gift shop, filed an NOI on September 9, listing approximately $300,000 in liabilities. MNP is the proposal trustee.

Trend Savvy Inc.

Trend Savvy Inc., a Montreal, Quebec-based retailer of designer brand clothing and sunglasses, filed for bankruptcy on August 18, listing approximately $2 thousand in assets and $2.1 million in liabilities, including $380 thousand to Investissement Quebec, $335 thousand to BDC, and $250 thousand to CIBC. Richter is the bankruptcy trustee.

La Granaudière

La Granaudière, a Saint-Michel-des-Saints, Quebec-based wood pellet production plant, was placed in receivership on August 5 on application by Investissement Québec ("IQ") and Desjardins, owed approximately $37.3 million pursuant to various term credits and an $8 million loan that was extended to the company under the ESSOR Program, which provides limited-time support for the working capital of eligible companies. The company's operations are not profitable, with the selling prices of pellets dropping below the cost of production. In July, the company advised IQ and Desjardins that it no longer has the liquidity required to continue operations. Raymond Chabot was appointed receiver. Counsel is Norton Rose Fulbright for the company, Lavery for IQ, and Langlois for Desjardins.

Studio Elastique Inc./Elastic Games Inc.

Studio Elastique Inc./Elastic Games Inc., a Montreal, Quebec-based game development company, filed for bankruptcy on August 2, listing approximately $1.6 million in liabilities, including $664.8 thousand to RBC and $236 thousand to BDC. Raymond Chabot is the bankruptcy trustee.

MO Boutique

MO Boutique, a Lévis, Quebec-based clothing boutique, filed for bankruptcy on July 29, listing approximately $23.5 thousand in assets and $491 thousand in liabilities, including $89.6 thousand to BDC and $70 thousand to Desjardins. Mallette is the bankruptcy trustee.

Vacances Beltour (9107-7107 Québec Inc.)

Vacances Beltour (9107-7107 Québec Inc.), a Montreal, Quebec-based travel agency, filed an assignment in bankruptcy in February 2021. Following the bankruptcy, on July 26, the Office de la protection du consommateur (OPC) appointed PwC as Claims administrator for the claims submitted to the Compensation Fund for Customers of Travel Agents (CFCTA) in connection with this file.

L’Univers du Modulaire Inc.

L'Univers du Modulaire Inc., a Sherbrooke, Quebec-based general contractor filed an NOI on July 12, listing approximately $6.7 million in liabilities, including $3.9 million to the Business Development Bank of Canada. Among other services, the company provides general contracting services in connection with the construction of modular houses and complexes. MNP is the proposal trustee.

Bel-Habitat Inc. and Bel-Habitat 2 Inc.

Bel-Habitat Inc. and Bel-Habitat 2 Inc., Laval, Quebec-based construction companies, filed for bankruptcy on June 28, respectively listing $26.0 million and $14.7 million in liabilities. Bel-Habitat Inc. owes $1.5 million to the Bank of Canada and Bel-Habitat 2 Inc. owes $5 million to Gestion Yves Carbonneau et fils Inc. and $5 million to Stratégie S.I.M.A Inc. Raymond Chabot is the bankruptcy trustee.