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Meet our proud ambassadors

The Arbora team

They could be your future neighbors!

It is with great honor and enthusiasm that Arbora announces its ambassadors. They have been chosen based on the values they share with the project: integrity, respect and their desire to have healthy and ecological lifestyle habits. They will be living in the Arbora apartments!

(From left to right)

Maxim Roy, actress

A native of Rigaud, Maxim Roy is a Quebecois actor whose family—including brothers Gildor, Luc and Yvon—is very active in the arts. She became a familiar face on the small screen for her roles in Au nom du père et du fils, Virginie, Le Dernier Chapitre, and O’ in addition to four Quebecois feature films. She has also performed in a number of English-language series, including ReGensis, which was picked up in 100 countries around the world and translated into 27 languages. Maxim is also a spokesperson for the Écosphère project.

Mikaël Kingsbury, freestyle skier

Mikaël Kingsbury is a Quebecois freestyle skier who competes in moguls. He won the silver medal at the 2014 Sotchi Olympic Games and has 46 World Cup podium finishes to his name, including 28 wins in 57 tries. In 2015, Mikaël won his second world title, this time by winning dual moguls, in addition to a silver medal in moguls.

Élodie Fleury, founder of De l'Aubier water

A lawyer by trade, Élodie Fleury cut her teeth in Paris and New York before making a return to Montreal, where she now works in finance law for the Autorité des marchés financiers. In 2009, Élodie and her brother Mathieu founded Eau Matelo and set out to create a new type of bottled water from maple sap. Their product, De l’Aubier, is the world’s first still water originating from maple. In 2012, its first year of sales, the company distinguished itself by winning a number of awards in Quebec and abroad.