Cooperatives are part of our daily life. Did you know that in New England, companies like State Farm Group, MassMutual Financial Group, Cabot dairy products, Associated Grocers of New England are based on the cooperative model? In Québec the cooperative movement represents 3,300 companies, 92,000 jobs and more than 25,6 B$ in revenue!
Recognizing Québec's expertise in the aerospace sector and as part of its "Seacoast Aerospace Initiative", New Hampshire is courting aerospace suppliers and manufacturers located in the Greater Montreal area in the hopes of developping partnerships and positioning the Seacoast region of the State as a hub for the composites industry.
For a third year, the Québec Government Office in Boston joined forces with the Consulate General of France in Boston to organize a gathering of students studying French at New England's middle and high schools.
On the occasion of the Francophonie celebrations in New England, the Québec Government Office joined forces with its local Francophone and Francophile partners to develop a rich cultural and educational program highlighting the French language and Francophone cultures.
You've heard about Québec Director Chloé Robichaud and her movie Sarah Prefers to Run (Sarah préfère la course)? The Québec Government Office in Boston offers you the chance to win a pair of tickets to assist to the projection of the movie on April 11, at 8:00 pm on the occasion of the Monadnock International Film Festival.
Recognized as the largest international seafood show in North America, the Seafood Expo North America (SENA), formerly known as the International Boston Seafood Show (IBSS), was held on March 16- 18, 2014 in Boston where it drew more than 20 000 visitors from over 100 countries!
On March 17, the Québec Government Office in Boston hosted a matchmaking event for five Québec exporting companies and their New England business partners. The mission was organized by the Société de développement international de Lanaudière (SODIL).
Last March, on the occasion of the Celebrations of the Francophonie, Québec hip hop artist Webster visited many schools, colleges and universities in Boston and New Hampshire to promote the French language, music and poetry.
Last March, four New England legislatures states recognized the importance of the region's francophone heritage by reading a proclamation and celebrating the Francophonie flag at their respective State House.