Two people are facing charges after the body of Alain Nadeau was found inside a Terrebonne apartment on Monday.
Antoine Sénécal, 22, and Sabrina Boucher, 21, were charged at the St-Jérôme courthouse on Wednesday.
According to Quebec provincial police, Sénécal lived with the victim.
He faces a charge each of second-degree murder and committing an indignity to a human body, while Boucher faces one count of the latter charge.
Alain Nadeau was found dead in his home on De Toulon Street on Monday after loved ones called police concerned about his whereabouts.
Investigators said there were visible signs of violence on the body.
Boucher has since been released on bail.