On August 20th 2014, Vahé Apélian, Commercial Officer at the Québec Government Office in Boston (DQB) presented Québec's aerospace industry and the advantages of exporting at the New Hampshire Aerospace & Defense Consortium (NHADC).
On August 8, the 5th edition of the World Acadian Congress (CMA) launched its festivities, under the theme of "Acadia of the Lands and Forests". This geographic area includes the counties of Victoria, Restigouche and Madawaska in New Brunswick, Témiscouata in Québec, and Aroostook, in Maine.
The Québec Government Office in Boston, an equal opportunity employer offering competitive work conditions in an international multilingual collaborative environment, is looking to fill the following position: Attaché, Research, Innovation & Commercial Affairs
As part of his first international mission Québec Premier, Philippe Couillard, attended the 38th Conference of New England Governors and Eastern Canadian Premiers (NEG-ECP), in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire. Spanned over two days, this conference was the occasion for him to position Québec's expertise with high-level political actors in areas of interest such as energy innovation, aerospace and startups.
It is common knowledge that Cirque du Soleil largely contributed to the promotion of Québec’s expertise and creativity in the artistic field all around the world. Indeed, this Québec entrepreneurial and cultural flagship has produced a whole industry and has been generating substantial results for many years.
The Québec Government Office in Boston is recruiting an intern for the fall semester of 2014. Whether you are a student in a Québec or at an American university, the only requirement to join our team is a passion for communications!
As mentioned in an article recently published and carried by Radio-Canada, the Québec Government Office in Boston (DQB) was involved in several events in New England surrounding Québec National Day. Here is a summary of these colorful celebrations where pleasure, pride, culture and history were intertwined!
For Canadians and Franco-Americans, the highlight of Seashore Trolley Museum's grand 75th Anniversary Celebration on July 5, 2014, may be the rededication of the Montréal “Golden Chariot” to Seashore’s operating fleet.
The Québec Government welcomes the U.S. Federal Government's Clean Power Proposed Rule noting that: "Long-term contracts with U.S. states for the supply of clean, reliable electricity, which emits little greenhouse gas, is one solution that will allow the U.S. to reach their objectives. The Government of Québec and Hydro-Québec are working actively to demonstrate the environmental and economic merits of our hydroelectricity."
On May 29, Marianne Bonnard, Director of Public Affairs at the Québec Government Office in Boston (DQB), delivered the keynote speech at the Consumer Liaison Group's (CLG) spring meeting, in Ogunquit, Maine.
This year, the Québec Government Office in Boston (DQB) is involved in a record number of Québec National Day celebrations in New England! During the week of June 24, 2014, join us as a blue wave sweeps the following five cities in three states: Cambridge (MA), Lowell (MA), Manchester (NH), Hartford (CT) and New Haven (CT)!
On May 29, Benoît B. Lymburner, Director of Economic Affairs at the Québec Government Office in Boston, attended the International Forensic Recovery Conference, where he spoke on the importance of institutional collaboration between Québec and Connecticut.
Indeed, for the past several years, Québec and Connecticut have been cooperating to foster the development of mental health systems promoting the full exercise of citizenship. The two part symposium program held last May materialized this collaboration.