Fronsac Real Estate Investment Trust (the Trust) is a Canada-based open-ended real estate investment trust. The Trust owns and rents commercial real estate properties. The Trust's segments include Major canadian oil and gas company, International fast-food company, International convenience store company, and Others. The Trust operates in the commercial real estate market. The Trust holds approximately 20 investment properties, which are located in the province of Quebec and the province of Ontario. The Trust's properties are occupied by tenants, including fast food chains, oil/gas companies, and convenience store chains. The Trust's properties include Les Coteaux, Rivieres-du-Loup, Saint-Jean-sur-le-Richelieu, Trois-Rivieres, Val-David, Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Louiseville, Levis, Cornwall, 1901 Raymond Blais, 2000 Leonard de Vinci, 2050 Leonard de Vinci, 2051 Nobel and 4200 Bernard-Pilon.