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Brochure [Centre for Women in Business]

Publisher: 
Centre for Women in Business

“The Centre team is dedicated to helping women business owners find opportunities for promotion and exposure through national award nominations, workshops, trade missions and networking events. We will work with you to define and access your target markets and showcase your business to the world.”

Quebec-Cree Agreement [Quebec Secretariat aux Affaires Autochtones]

Publisher: 
Quebec Secretariat aux Affaires Autochtones

Unprecedented economic and social growth awaits the Crees and Quebecers in Northern Quebec thanks to: (1) a major contribution of new financial resources; (2) employment possibilities for the labour force; (3) common concerns regarding the use of the territory; and (4) cooperation in the development of energy, forestry and mining resources.

Quebec-Inuit Agreement [Quebec Secretariat aux Affaires Autochtones]

Publisher: 
Quebec Secretariat aux Affaires Autochtones

Quebec firmly believes in bringing development to Nunavik. It will continue with its commitment by providing
the money needed to carry out ambitious projects, the economic repercussions of which will benefit both the Inuit and Quebeckers.

Alternative Jeunesse Program - Brochure [Ministere de l'Emploi et de la Solidarite Sociale Quebec, MESS]

Publisher: 
Ministere de l'Emploi et de la Solidarite Sociale Quebec (MESS)

This program offers personalized coaching that will help determine the concrete steps you need to take to achieve your objective. By participating in Alternative jeunesse Program, you’ll also receive financial assistance in the form of a youth allowance which recognizing your active commitment in the program.

Reussir [Ministere de l'Emploi et de la Solidarite Sociale Quebec]

Publisher: 
Ministere de l'Emploi et de la Solidarite Sociale Quebec

Réussir is a social assistance and support program for people who have severely limited capacity for employment and who wish to facilitate their access to secondary vocational studies or post-secondary studies. They maintain their right to receive financial assistance under the Social Solidarity Program in addition to the income they receive from the loans and bursaries program. Moreover, a support allowance could be paid to participating individuals.

National Reconciliation Program for Duplessis Orphans Who Were Residents of Certain Institutions Application [Ministere de l'Emploi et de la Solidarite Sociale Quebec]

Publisher: 
Ministere de l'Emploi et de la Solidarite Sociale Quebec
Year of publication: 
2011

The National Reconciliation Program for Duplessis Orphans Who Were Residents of Certain Institutions offers individual financial assistance of $15,000 to persons commonly known as Duplessis orphans, who were residents of certain non-psychiatric institutions.

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