Isabelle Peladeau, who had been heavily involved in the media side of Quebecor Inc. and at the age of 20 founded Filles d'aujourdhui, a magazine aimed at Quebec teens, has died in a car crash. According to a QMI story, she drowned Saturday night when
[2005 file photo/Journal de Montreal]
her cara car in which she was a passenger slid into Achigan Lake in Saint-Hippolyte, Que., about 77 km north of Montreal.
She served as vice-president for the magazine section of Quebecor from 1994 and 2000 during which she managed several high-profile Quebec magazines including Clin d'oeil.
Isabelle Peladeau was the sister of Pierre Karl Peladeau, the former president and CEO of Quebecor.