Cavalia, a family business specializing in the creation of live shows, has just inaugurated a huge illuminated path in Laval!
Cavalia creates shows depicting the powerful relationship between horse and man, but behind the scenes, it draws strength from the Latourelle family. Since the beginning of the millennium, cofounders Normand Latourelle and his wife Dominique Day have been able to build on the complementary of their family members to develop their business. Normand, artist and director, Dominique, specialist in communication and marketing and their sons, Mathieu, in finance, and David, lawyer, thus combine their talent around a common project: Cavalia. The Quebec family business has also become the largest in the entertainment sector owned and operated by Canadians. Over the years, Cavalia has amazed young and old with its successful horse shows Cavalia and Odysso. It is now embarking on a new adventure with the creation of a horse-free illuminated path inaugurated this month in Laval thanks to a $ 10 million investment. In addition to presenting 20,000 light works scattered over an area of 30 arenas, the project allows the creation of about 100 jobs.