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Stéphanie Provost


T.450 436-8244 Poste 149

Professional informations

Stéphanie Provost holds a Bachelor or Laws degree from the Université de Montréal and is a member of the Québec Bar. She joined Prévost Fortin D’Aoust in 2011 to complete her articling period and is now an associate and partner with the firm.

Ms. Provost practices municipal and environmental law, representing numerous municipalities and individuals. She is responsible for the delivery of simple, concrete solutions to municipal clients, as well as the management of more complex cases. Ms. Provost is also a lecturer and trainer for various municipal associations.

Ms. Provost appears before the Superior Court of Québec, the Court of Québec and the Tribunal administratif du Québec. Since the beginning of her practice, she has also appeared before various municipal courts, which has allowed her to develop quick thinking and execution when representing clients in court.




Social involvement

Stéphanie Provost has been a member of the Board of Directors of Intégration-Travail Laurentides inc. since 2012, and President of the Board since 2014.

Ms. Provost has also been a member of the Youth Wing Committee of the Saint-Jérôme Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry since 2015. She has held the position of Vice-President since 2018, and has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce and Industry since that date.

Finally, Ms. Provost was in charge of the Centraide campaign at PFD Avocats from 2015 to 2018.



Career and awards



Bar Admission

Québec Bar, 2011

Awards and distinctions

2018 - Recipient of the Distinction Award from the Jeune Barreau Laurentides-Lanaudière


Mandats représentatifs et décisions marquantes

  • Les Sommets de la Vallée inc. v. Ville de Saint-Sauveur, Municipalité de Piedmont and MRC Les Pays-d’en-Haut (2023)
  • 170304 Canada inc. (Weed Man) v. Municipalité de la Paroisse de Sainte-Anne-des-Lacs (2020 QCCS 150)
  • Nadeau v. Entrelacs (Municipalité d’) (2014 QCCS 3156, appeal dismissed 2015 QCCA 1832)