Québec City, November 10, 2020 – Québec Premier François Legault today highlighted the 45th anniversary of the James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement concluded on November 11, 1975 between the Québec government, the Cree, the Inuit, the Government of Canada, and three government corporations, including Hydro-Québec. Given the event’s significance, on Tuesday Premier Legault tabled a motion in the National Assembly.
First tested in 2019 on Kamilo Beach in Hawaii, Hoola One has found instant success with the first version of its machine which cleans beaches of plastic and microplastic pollution. In the fall of 2020, the Hoola One team will finalize the design of the second innovative version of its technology, HO II. Designed with the support of coastal experts, marine biologists, and potential clients around the world, Hoola One is proud to announce its new technology which is better adapted to customer’s needs and is more eco-friendly.
Our head of office, Martine Hébert joined colleagues at the SelectChicago FDI Virtual Conference on how our office is helping Quebec companies export and invest in the Midwest, and more precisely in Chicagoland, within the context of the new USMCA. Thank you to our colleague Karla Ruth Orozco Toledano at the Consulate General of Mexico in Chicago for her perspective on the new agreement and to Ginta Rose Rubin of CITCA - Chicago International Trade Commissioners' Association for her great work moderating this virtual event.