Teams at the Centre de réadaptation en dépendance de Montréal – Institut universitaire (CRDM-IU) and the Espace de Concertation et de Liaison Addictions Tabagisme association – Groupement Régional d’Alcoologie et d’Addictologie (ÉCLAT-GRAA) in the Nord Pas de Calais region of France recently unveiled the fruit of all their labour: parentalite-dependances.com.
The Québec government supports the agreement in principle on the major issues of the negotiation of the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement (CETA) between Canada and the European Union, which has been reached after several months of intense negotiations.
Today, Pierre Duchesne, Minister of Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology, unveiled the Québec government’s National Research and Innovation Policy (PNRI) for the period from 2014 to 2019.
The 59th meeting of the Board of Directors of the France-Québec Youth Office (OFQJ) held in Montréal on October 7 provided an opportunity to ratify the Office’s activity report and adopt five recommendations for the future.
Jean-François Lisée, Minister of International Relations, La Francophonie and External Trade, took advantage of his attendance at the 6th Forum Africa held in Montreal from September 25 to 27 to pay tribute to the organizers for their work and celebrate the sustained growth of the African continent in the last 10 years.
As part of the project to create a Québec International Solidarity Agency (AQSI), we invite you to participate in an online public consultation on our website from September 30 to November 22, 2013. The purpose of the online questionnaire/survey is to collect your views and comments on the directions an AQSI should take.
In the interest of promoting La Francophonie in all of its diversity, the Québec-France Association and the France-Québec Association are launching the Slam tour with support from the Commission permanente de coopération franco-québécoise (CPCFQ).
For over 100 years, the Barcelona La Merce Festival has been a major event in Europe. This year, the City of Montreal is the guest of honour at this festival, which runs from September 21 to 24 and draws more than 2 million participants and tourists.
Jean-François Lisée, Minister of International Relations, La Francophonie and External Trade, was accompanied by more than one hundred individuals from businesses and institutions, civil society and international cooperation organizations as he completed the second part of a mission to Africa on September 12 in Agidjan. During the mission, nine commercial and institutional agreements were signed.
Jean-François Lisée, Minister of International Relations, La Francophonie and External Trade, wrapped up a one-week mission to West Africa on September 14, in Burkina Faso. He was accompanied on the mission by over a hundred representatives of businesses, institutions, civil society and international solidarity organizations.
The first portion of the mission by Minister Lisée to Africa led to the signing of solid, promising trade and institutional partnership agreements during the stopover by the Québec delegation in Senegal. The delegation is composed of over one hundred people from the business, institutional and international cooperation communities as well as from civil society.
First and 11th respectively in North America, Montréal and Québec City rank favourably for the number of conventions hosted and organized by international associations according to the 2012 rankings of the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).
Minister Jean-François Lisée took advantage of the 29th session of the Americas division of the Assemblée parlementaire de la Francophonie (APF) to speak with the organization’s new Secretary General, Pascal Terrasse, who is also the member of the French National Assembly for Ardèche.
In preparation for the multisectoral mission to Africa he will be heading from September 6 to 15, the Minister of International Relations, La Francophone and External Trade, Jean-François Lisée, is calling on Québec companies to take advantage of the opportunities for business, trade and institutional exchanges that this area of Africa has to offer.
In order to express the profound sympathy of the government and all Quebecers for the victims and the families affected by the tragedy at Lac-Mégantic, Premier Pauline Marois has ordered all Québec government offices abroad to lower the Québec flag to half-mast.
On June 5 and 6, the Ministère des Relations internationales, de la Francophonie et du Commerce extérieur hosted the senior representatives of the organizing committee of the next Francophonie Summit, which will take place in Dakar, Senegal in the fall of 2014. The main goal of this mission was to provide the organizers with information to help them start their preparations off on the right foot.