The Québec government supports the agreement in principle on the major issues of the negotiation of the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union, which has been reached after several months of intense negotiations.
The Government of Québec launched its Economic Policy Putting Jobs First on October 7. One of the objectives of the policy is to attract foreign investments and stimulate exports. The policy should generate nearly $13 billion in public and private investments over the next 10 years.
On October 7 and 8, the Quebec Government Office in Boston participated to the New England Canadian Universities Fair organized by the Canadian General Consulate in Boston. The fairs, held in Newton and Tewksbury attracted over 100 people curious to learn more about Canadian universities and education offers in Quebec.
Le Centre de la Francophonie des Amériques is giving an opportunity to New England francophones and French teachers to get involved in the Forum des jeunes Ambassadeurs and to participate to the @nime ta Francophonie contest.
Pauline Marois, Premier of Québec, is pleased to receive The Climate Group’s award for leadership in fighting climate change on behalf of the New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers (NEG-ECP).
The 37th Annual Conference of New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers (NEG/ECP), drew to a close Monday afternoon in La Malbaie. The meeting led to significant progress in a number of areas.
From July 11 to 14, the Québec Government Office in Boston (QGOB) promoted its services and Québec at the 86th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF) in Providence, Rhode Island.
Last June, the Maine Summer Institute, invited by the Québec Government Office in Québec made a noticeable stop at the Ministère des Relations internationales, de la Francophonie et du Commerce extérieur (MRIFCE) in Québec City.