Today, David Heurtel, the Minister of Sustainable Development, the Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change, released the results of Québec’s third auction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission units held on May 27. With the first joint auction with California just a few months away, the Québec system is proving its effectiveness.
The UCLA Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, at the instigation of the Québec Government in Los Angeles, organized a symposium on March 31 on the Québec-California carbon market entitled “Linking Cap and Trade as a Path to Global Climate Action?”
Premier Philippe Couillard has appointed Christine St-Pierre Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie. Ms. St-Pierre was sworn in on April 23 in the National Assembly, along with the other members of the Premier’s cabinet.
The Québec Government Office in Los Angeles is a proud partner of an upcoming symposium on the Québec / California carbon market organized by the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA), which will take place on March 31, 2014.
Every year, the Month of La Francophonie is celebrated around the world in order to promote the French language and its many cultural expressions and also to support exchanges between communities through a mutual language.
The Québec Government Office in Los Angeles’ Economic Team will actively promote and foster trade relations between Québec and the Western U.S. this March by participating to two major industry events in the video games and aerospace sectors.
This quarter UW students will study how Québécois writers and filmmakers coped with the rapid and radical changes of the 1960s’ Quiet Revolution in the course “Québécois Literature.” The class is taught by Associate Professor of French Denyse Delcourt and offered jointly by the French and Italian Studies department and the Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies.
Québec cinema has shined again yesterday evening on Hollywood Boulevard. Dallas Buyers Club, directed by Québec filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallée, pickup up three Oscars, including best actor for Matthew McConaughey, best supporting actor for Jared Leto and best makeup and hair-styling for Adruitha Lee and Robin Mathews.
La Délégation du Québec à Los Angeles offre un stage d’attaché commercial junior aux citoyens canadiens de 18 à 35 ans ayant complété leurs études dans les domaines suivants : affaires, commerce international ou autre domaine connexe.
The Centre de la Francophonie des Amériques, in collaboration with the Assemblée parlementaire de la Francophonie (APF) is organizing the first edition of the Francophone Youth Parliament of the Americas taking place in Toronto, from August 5 to 10, 2014.
Get ready to celebrate the "Mois de la Francophonie" with the famous Quebec singer Robert Charlebois in concert "Avec tambour ni trompette" at Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz of Los Angeles on March 24, 2014 at 7:30 pm.
The Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier for Transport Electrification, Daniel Breton, presented Québec’s Transportation Electrification Strategy at the seventh edition of the VerdeXchange conference, held in Los Angeles from January 26 to 28. VerdeXchange is a major event aimed at promoting the shift to environmentally friendly technologies and a green economy.
The Québec Government Office in Los Angeles is pleased to inform you that the Ministry of International Relations , La Francophonie and Foreign Trade ( MRIFCE ) has launched the 35th edition of the “Stage en didactique du français, culture et société québécoises”.
At the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Premier Pauline Marois announced that the world’s number-one producer of silicon metal, Spanish company Grupo FerroAtlántica, plans to build a new plant in Québec. The $375 million project will create over 300 jobs.
The world-renowned playwright and film director Robert Lepage will present his last film “Triptych” in US Premiere at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival that will run January 3o through February 9. The film is co-directed by Pedro Pires.
From November to March, Québec embraces an invigorating season. And because snow doesn't last forever, better make the most of it while it falls! Whether it's frosty, foggy, powdery or bright and sunny, any time is the right time for fun and festivities. Discover the exhilarating and entertaining activities that Québecers enjoy during the whimsical months of winter.