Luc-Yoland Gregoire is Dead


I only just learned of the recent death of Luc Yoland Gregoire. I will have more to write about this later. 

Luc and I corresponded by mail while he was in prison. I came to believe that he played no part in the death of my sister, Theresa.

You can read more about Luc as a suspect by going to this link here. The following is the release from Corrections Canada:

March 18, 2015 12:48 ET

Death of an Inmate at Archambault Institution-Minimum Security Unit

LAVAL, QUÉBEC–(Marketwired – March 18, 2015) – Correctional Service Canada

On March 17, 2015, Luc-Yoland Grégoire, an inmate from the minimum security unit at Archambault Institution in Ste-Anne-des-Plaines was found in need of medical attention.

Staff members immediately began performing CPR and emergency services were called. The offender was taken to the Cité de la santé Hospital in Laval where he was pronounced dead.

At the time of his death, Mr, Grégoire, 55 years old, had been serving since June 28, 1994 an indeterminate sentence for first degree murder, kidnap, utter threat and assault.

The inmate’s next of kin have been notified of his death.

As in all cases involving the death of an inmate, the police and the coroner have been notified, and Correctional Service Canada will review the circumstances of the incident.


7 thoughts on “Luc-Yoland Gregoire is Dead”

  1. I have spoken to a detective regarding this individual. His death apparently was not natural
    He committed suicide.
    He was going to be questioned about some other cases but died before anyone could talk to him. Based on what he did in Alberta I believe he could be linked to my cousin s case which is in Alberta as well. He has left alot of unanswered questions that will have to remain that way.
    I also believe him to be a possible serial killer

  2. I knew Luc Gregoire at the time of the murder in Calgary. Has anyone heard any confirmation of the circumstances of his death?

  3. He did have the perfect profile of a serial killer. I am sure he is linked to many rapes and deaths in the Sherbrooke and Montreal area. I wonder if police interrogated raped victims in the late seventies and 80s? Couldn’t they have identified him? It really is frustrating that Quebec authorities just threw out evidence that with today’s dna testings could solve!!

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