At the dawn of a promising winter season, it is with great enthusiasm that Station touristique Massif du Sud announces the arrival of a new shareholder and President, Pierre-Yves Charest. A growing promoter-developer-builder from the Quebec City region, Mr Charest will become the main partner of the resort, in collaboration with Alain Contant, owner since 2005.

Massif du Sud

Development of a sustainable 4-season recreational tourism destination
Pierre-Yves Charest, President and CEO and founder of Contraste Immobilier and OÏKOS Construction, has several high-density and low-density residential projects in the major regions of Quebec and Levis. It is a strong interest in the recreational tourism field that motivated this new involvement with the objective to make Station touristique Massif du Sud a renewed destination, while remaining faithful to its origins and its local culture.

The former President and CEO of Station touristique Massif du Sud, Alain Contant, will remain with the company as CEO to ensure continuity. He will be involved in the development as an advisor to the new team.

Pierre-Yves Charest & Alain Contant

“I am very happy to merge my team with the Station touristique Massif du Sud existing team. We have the opportunity to add value and bring forward a site with incredible potential and make this recreational tourism destination in Chaudière-Appalaches even more a must for nature and outdoors enthusiasts to visit.” –Pierre-Yves Charest, President

“The experience of Pierre-Yves and his team will give new impetus to the four-season project of Station touristique Massif du Sud, in addition to supporting the passionate members of the management team already in place who have made the resort shine since my arrival in 2005 and who supported me during these years.” –Alain Contant, CEO

About Station touristique Massif du Sud
Located only an hour's drive from Quebec City, Station touristique Massif du Sud offers quality skiing with a quantity of snow that stands out in the Quebec market. Station touristique Massif du Sud receives an average of 700 cm of snow annually, making it a powder paradise for winter sports enthusiasts. Learn more at

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