Webinar—How to claim and maximize the ITC for your Canadian projects

April 30, 2024, 1 to 2 p.m. ET

Webinar presented by Deloitte Canada and LCAB (Local Content Assurance Bureau)

Are you curious to learn more about Canada’s Investment Tax Credits (ITCs)? CanREA is pleased to host a special industry webinar, in which Etienne Lecompte (Managing Director at LCAB) and Louis Boivin (Partner at Deloitte Canada) will present key information about maximizing the ITCs for your Canadian projects. Etienne and Louis will present the general framework of the ITC program, as well as information on recent policy updates, and will provide a list of things to consider in order to maximize your claim.

This webinar will explore: 

  • General ITC framework 
  • Recent policy updates 
  • Things to consider for a successful filing, including general corporate structure, admissibility of your project and related project costs, and managing Labour Requirements
  • How to document your claim, such as:  creating a defensible position, when to start and what to include
  • Q&A with Louis & Etienne  



Etienne Lecompte
Founder of LCAB
He is a recognized cleantech entrepreneur who’s been in the renewable energy, software development, and regulatory compliance space for about 15 years. During those years he has created and grown a number of companies. He believes strongly that renewable energy projects are part of the solution and need to manage regulatory programs pragmatically and proactively. Etienne is a graduate from McGill University and holds an MBA from INSEAD. He lives in Montreal, Quebec and is a proud father of three.


Louis Boivin
Partner, Deloitte Canada
Louis Boivin is the Engagement Partner of the Gi3 team (Investment and Innovation Incentives) for Quebec, which is made up of more than 40 professionals located across the province. He is also the National Leader for the development of IT tools being used by our national government incentives practice. He has also been responsible for coordinating several firm and client initiatives aimed at improving the Quebec and Canadian tax incentive regimes.  Louis launched his taxation practice with Deloitte in 2001. Louis carries out his main functions in the government incentives sector (tax incentives and grants) for public and private entities active in the natural resources and manufacturing sectors. His clients include several multinationals with places of business in Canada and Quebec and several SMEs located across the province.