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Mr. Richard Legendre

Executive Vice President

Montreal Impact

HQ Phone: (514) 328-3668

Email: r***@***.com

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Montreal Impact

4750 Sherbrooke East Street

Montreal, Quebec H1V 3S8


Company Description

Since 2007, the Montreal Impact supports Procure, a non-profit organization committed to encouraging education, treatment and research for prostate cancer. Together with the Canadiens and the Alouettes, the Montreal Impact takes part in the Walk of Courag ... more

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Employment History

Montreal City Hall


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Sports Minister, Sports Minister

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"We will rectify the situation ... [cached]

"We will rectify the situation immediately by adding staff and by considerably increasing access points to the stadium," said Montreal Impact Executive Vice-President Richard Legendre.

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Richard Legendre Executive Vice-President, Soccer Operations & Stade Saputo

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Richard Legendre

RICHARD LEGENDRE :: Executive VP of the Impact and the Saputo Stadium Joined the Impact: Aug. 2007
Role: Assistant to Mr. Richard Legendre and Mr. Claude Pinard

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Richard Legendre

RICHARD LEGENDRE :: Executive VP of the Impact and the Saputo Stadium Richard Legendre has been active in politics and sports for numerous years. He was elected Member of the National Assembly in Blainville in the partial election of October 1, 2001, before being reelected in 2003. While he was Minister for Tourism, Recreation and Sports in Prime Minister Bernard Landry’s cabinet, he played a crucial role in the rescue and the relaunch of the Montreal Impact as a non-profit organization, in 2002. Previously, he was Director of the Canadian Open and of Tennis Canada, from 1988 to 2001, where he spearheaded the construction project at Jarry Park from 1990 to 1995. He was instrumental in the stadium’s expansion, which was achieved through public financing and the participation of major sponsors. Richard Legendre graduated in recreology at the University of Quebec in Trois-Rivières, in 1975. He joined the Impact on August 13, 2007.
Role: Assistant to M. Richard Legendre and M. Claude Pinard

"Professional sports is all about ... [cached]

"Professional sports is all about results," said Richard Legendre, vice president of soccer operations for the Impact.

Braz said De Santis, Legendre, Impact president Joey Saputo and himself were all involved in the decision to fire Klopas.

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