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Québec International and the people of Quebec City stand in solidarity with the local Muslim community

Press releases - Québec International would like to take this opportunity to express its solidarity with all of Quebec City's Muslim community in the wake of last night's tragic events at the local Islamic cultural centre (Centre culturel islamique de Québec).

Bridge Rebuild Lets Canam Strut Its Stuff

News - Rebuilding Montreal's Champlain bridge is a source of pride for Quebec's Canam. It's also a chance for the company to strut it's stuff.

The Society of Plastics Engineers chooses Québec City

News - More than 200 plastics engineers from the northeastern United States and Canada are coming to Québec City for the North-East 2016 Topcon organized by the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE). This technical conference focusing on the plastics industry will take place on August 18‒19, 2016, at the Québec City Convention Centre.

Staggering growth for Julien's 70th anniversary with sales revenues of 95M$

News - Founded in 1946, JULIEN celebrates 70 years of know-how. Leader in the manufacturing of stainless steel equipment, commercial kitchens and high volume industrial outsourcing, JULIEN is a world-class Quebec company that has taken the international market by storm successfully.

Rising Out of the (Saw)Dust

News - Wood is synonymous with our economic development, and remains an important part of Canadian exports. Exporters of all stripes were pummeled by the recession, but few have been hit as hard in the past fifteen years as the wood products industry. Were the losses permanent, or is there hope for a revival anytime soon?

Ottawa confirms $700M supply ship deal for Quebec shipyard

News - The government will go ahead with a $700-million plan to build an interim supply vessel for the Royal Canadian Navy, despite the sole-source nature of the project. A joint statement from Procurement Minister Judy Foote and Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan confirmed Monday afternoon the government has entered into a contract with Quebec-based Chantier Davie Canada Inc. to proceed with Project Resolve. The decision comes less than two weeks after the Liberal government said it was stalling the deal for two months to examine a number of factors surrounding the agreement, leading to worries the program would be scrapped.

Canam-Bridges Confirms its Participation in the New Champlain Bridge Corridor Project

News - Canam-Bridges, a division of Canam Group Inc., announced that it has signed a $225M contract with Signature on the St. Laurence Construction G.P. to supply the steel superstructure for the approaches of the new Champlain Bridge. The contract also includes the fabrication of steel components for the new Île-des-Sœurs Bridge but excludes the cable-stayed section of the new Champlain Bridge. In monetary terms, this is the largest contract ever obtained by Canam Group.

Manac to be privatized by a group of Québec investors led by the Dutil family

News - Manac Inc., a North American leader in the design and manufacture of specialty trailers, announced that it has entered into a definitive arrangement agreement pursuant to which a consortium composed of Placements CMI Inc., Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, Fonds de solidarité FTQ, Investissement Québec and Fonds Manufacturier Québécois II s.e.c. will acquire all of the issued and outstanding multiple voting shares and subordinate voting shares of the Company for $10.20 in cash per Share.

Discovery Air Technical Services awarded ATR-72 Heavy maintenance contract by Morningstar Air Express

News - Discovery Air Technical Services Inc. ("DATS"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Discovery Air Inc., has been awarded a heavy maintenance contract by Morningstar Air Express Inc., of Edmonton Alberta, for one ATR-72-202 aircraft. The work will be carried-out at DATS' Heavy Maintenance facility at the Jean Lesage International Airport in Quebec City during the summer of 2015.

Opsens' shares now traded on the OTCQX marketplace in U.S.

News - Opsens Inc. ("Opsens" or the "Company") (TSXV: OPS) (OTCQX: OPSSF) announces that its common shares began trading under the ticker symbol "OPSSF" on the OTCQX marketplace in the United States, effective today. OTCQX, operated by OTC Markets Group Inc., offers the best informed and most efficient trading for established, global and growth companies. Opsens' shares will continue trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the ticker symbol "OPS."


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