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Future LNG plant: Crevier launches an idea

Capture, recover and share the heat lost at Énergie Saguenay’s future plant. This is the idea that the Promotion Saguenay municipal councilor and director, Jean-Marc Crevier, is launching. Surprised by the amount of heat that would be lost at the industrial liquefaction complex of natural gas at the Port of Saguenay site, Mr. Crevier saw […]

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Beauce: back to school in two schools, but transfer to another

SCOTT – The return to school at school The reception of Scott, in Beauce, which was to take place on Tuesday, was postponed to May 6, according to what the Beauce-Etchemin School Board announced. The decision announced late Monday, is motivated by the magnitude of damage to the school building by floods, which are larger […]

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Business

The Quebec City region suffers from a lack of entrepreneurial succession

A study commissioned by the Quebec Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIQ), in partnership with Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton and Desjardins, shows that the delay of business succession plans in the Quebec City region has a total economic impact of $ 200 million. $. The ‘re hampered investments account for their $ 97 million. “More […]

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Art

2019-2020 season of La Bordee: the reign of beauty

At a time of climate change, social inequality and the rise of populism, can beauty change the world, as Dostoevsky once said in “The Karamazov Brothers”? The Artistic Director of La Bordee, Michel Nadeau, is in any case the symbolic wish for the next season of the theatrical establishment of the Saint-Roch district. As a […]

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Politic

Review municipal taxes to deal with floods

If cities were less dependent on property taxes, they could resist the temptation to spread out and thus avoid construction in a flood zone, believes Suzanne Roy, of the Union of Quebec Municipalities (UMQ). “You are not able to offer more services to your citizen without having to grow bungalows,” says Ms. Roy, Mayor of […]

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Sport

Luneau chooses the NCAA

TROIS-RIVIERES – He has just turned 15, but Tristan Luneau knows what path he wants to take to fulfill his dream of playing in the NHL. The gifted Midget AAA defenseman announced on social media Monday that he would report to the University of Wisconsin Badgers in the NCAA in the United States. If everything […]

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Business

Nemaska ​​Lithium: “This report was essential”

SHAWINIGAN – Confirmation of Nemaska ​​Lithium’s internal assessment by an independent firm of the additional funds needed to complete the Whabouchi mines and Shawinigan production plant will reassure the market and potential investors, says Guy Bourassa, President and CEO of the company. In a statement released yesterday morning, the company revealed that the Canadian firm […]

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Housing: the difficulties of maintenance and renovation

TV and radio stations trumpet commercials of hardware and other traders related to the home maintenance and renovation sector, mailboxes are full of advertising cards and flyers and itinerant traders have begun their canvassing to offer you their services. There is no doubt that we are witnessing the start of the high season of renovations […]

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The vision of a living environment

TROIS-RIVIÈRES – Strategic product design firm Novo is making a comeback in downtown Trois-Rivieres. Not only is its president Alexis Bilodeau pleased with the building he has acquired on rue Royale, with all his modern furnishings, but he is more satisfied with being able to contribute to the creation of a living environment. “What makes […]

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Possible closure of the Fortierville emergency: a lot of concern

FORTIERVILLE – There were people at Mass Monday night in Fortierville. Concerned about the planned closing of the CLSC emergency in the municipality during the night, nearly 350 people attended the civic meeting on this issue, which was held at the Fortierville church. From the outset, the Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Mauricie and […]

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