Sixteen Québec galleries will make New York City their destination March 6-10, 2013 during the Armory Week, a series of arts-related events taking place on the occasion of the Armory Show, New York’s largest art fair and one of the principal annual art events in the international art market calendar.
The Consulate General of Switzerland, the Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie and the Québec Government Office in New York invite you to discover the culinary traditions of Québec, Senegal and Switzerland on the occasion of the month of the Francophonie in New York.
The competition Mosaïcultures Internationales will bloom once again in Montréal between June 22 and September 29, 2013. With 50 participating cities, 30 countries and 250 of the world’s most talented horticultural artists, visitors are in for a dazzling 2.2-km circuit through Montréal Botanical Garden.
Kids’entertainment industry representatives gathered at Québec Government Office on February 5 to celebrate creators from Québec and New York, and explore cross border opportunities in the largest media market in North America.
MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE is an annual celebration drawing 900,000 fans to experience the joy of Montréal wintertime through a program of performing arts, gastronomy, free outdoor family activities and more!
On January 29, Delegate General André Boisclair visited Albany where he was officially introduced to the New York’s State Assembly by Assemblywoman Janet L. Duprey and given a warm welcome by the members.
On January 21, was held in Washington DC the official Inauguration Ceremony of President Barack Obama upon his second mandate at the White House. The presidential inauguration is the traditional occasion for several activities and gatherings in the American capital. Québec’s Delegate General in New York, André Boisclair, was present at the event.
Brooklyn / Montreal is the first artistic encounter in more than a decade between Montreal and New York – two leading North American centers of today’s art. Through a series of hybrid exhibitions, the event highlights these cities’ artistic differences and similarities.
The Québec government is moving ahead with plans for a carbon market. On December 13, 2012, the Cabinet adopted the Regulation Amending the Regulation respecting a cap-and-trade system for greenhouse gas emission (GHG) allowances.
Every winter, Igloofest brings together thousands of electronic music fans to dance under the stars on the Quays of the Old Port of Montreal. With its ice-and-steel decor, its striking architectural staging, its programs that pull in the best local and international DJs, Igloofest is one of the hottest events in the city and among the most prominent in Canada.
Minister of Finance and the Economy Nicolas Marceau of the Parti Québécois, the newly elected government of Quebec, tabled a balanced budget for 2013-2014 on November 20. "After four years of deficits, Québec will finally have a balanced budget," he proudly declared.
M for Montreal
100 performances, 100 artists, 100 international delegates, 28 local and international presenters, 18 countries, 16 stages, 9 panels, 4 days… Now in its seventh year, M for Montreal is a full-grown festival that will take “la métropole” by storm!