The 13th World Human Resources Congress will be held in Montréal from September 27 to 29, 2010. The Ordre des conseillers en ressources humaines agréés du Québec (OCRHAQ) has been designated to organize this prestigious international event.
The signing of three new agreements by three Québec educational institutions and Shinshu University (Nagano Prefecture) provides further confirmation that the nanotechnology sector is one of the most active in terms of Québec-Japan relations and high-tech research.
Establishments specializing in multimedia production in Québec generated $1.1 billion in total gross revenue in 2007-2008, according to data compiled by the Institut de la statistique du Québec (ISQ), released Wednesday by the Observatoire de la culture et des communications du Québec (OCCQ). Some $935 million of this revenue was linked specifically to multimedia production.
Québec’s National Holiday was an especially memorable occasion for Pascal Potier, winner of an eight-day trip for two to Québec, who received his prize from Gina Verkouter, Air Canada Sales Manager for Belgium and Luxembourg.
Premier Jean Charest will be undertaking an official visit to France on June 29-30, accompanied by Pierre Arcand, Minister of International Relations and Minister Responsible for La Francophonie. The visit will focus on major bilateral and multilateral issues of concern to Québec and France.
Like other Québec government offices around the world, the Délégation générale du Québec à Bruxelles (DGQB) invites Quebecers and their friends to come celebrate Québec’s National Holiday next thursday, June 24. See you there!
Founded in 1992, Integrim is a Québec company headquartered in Montréal with 20 employees. With expertise in automatic document and strategic information processing, it is a Canadian leader in its field.
Its software is used in the areas of accounting, enrolment procedures at educational institutions (e.g., universities), clinical research and certain mailing processes.
On May 20 in Brussels, Marie McAndrew, a full professor at Université de Montréal, presented her recent work on fragile minorities and education in Belgium, Catalonia, Northern Ireland and Québec, called Les majorités fragiles et l’éducation : Belgique, Catalogne, Irlande du Nord, Québec.
International collaboration is crucial in research and innovation, and Flanders and Québec recently decided to join forces in these areas by signing a bilateral cooperation agreement.
In this context, on May 19 and 20, the Québec government office in Brussels (DGQB) and the Flemish scientific research fund (FWO) held a two-day workshop on fundamental research and cancer genetics.
On May 27 and 28, Université Libre de Bruxelles hosted a symposium on the theme of “Federalism, the Environment and Regional Integration – A Comparative Look at Belgium and Canada.” Organized by the Centre de droit public (CDPub), the symposium featured talks by experts in environmental law.