Sadly, they are trying to "put more pieces out there" not for the good of art investment, but for their own pockets.
Galerie Concorde, among about a half-dozen similar "galleries" in Montreal are nothing more than an art "retailer's retailer". They will sell you a piece for at least 200% (often more) than what it's real value is under the guise that you're getting it for pennies on the dollar.
Their "gallery" is a locked-door facility, with "viewings on an invitation-only basis" - what that means is that they don't want the general public to see what is in reality a boiler-room facility who's goal is to sell as much art at super-inflated prices as possible.
I would know - about 10 years ago when I first moved to Montreal I had the pleasure of working for one of Concorde's competitors. That job lasted me 3 days - first 2 days were "training" in the investment pitch (which at the time seemed credible), and the third finding out what the real deal was with the pieces, and subsequent up-sells. The "certificates of authenticity" weren't worth the paper they are printed on, and are best used as bathroom tissue quite frankly. It literally made me physically ill.
Best advice for anyone reading this (and hopefully it's read before "investing" in art sold over a phone) - buy your pieces at a reputable gallery or auction house.