News - TELUS is investing $64 million in new communications infrastructure across the Greater Québec City area this year to connect thousands of homes in Saint-Raymond directly to TELUS’ fibre optic network, enhance wireless capacity and speed, and extend the reach of TELUS Health technology.
News - At a press conference held at the Québec City Convention Centre on April 15, 2015, Université Laval and the City of Québec announced Québec City will host Conversation 2015: Women and Sport from June 9 to 12, 2015. Presented under the theme Moving the World Forward – Making Change Happen, this national meeting will attract more than 400 participants from different professional backgrounds to discuss the place and role of girls and women in sport in Canada.
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.
News - Ivanhoé Cambridge announced today the first phase of a redevelopment project at its Laurier Québec shopping centre. The project will see the modernization of the food court, so as to become an exceptional venue emphasizing innovation and entertainment. Meanwhile, the centre will see its retail mix enhanced with the arrival of several new banners. The initial phase of work represents an investment of $18 million.
News - Université Laval and ABB announce today the final phase of a major development project for an astronomical measurement instrument offering unsurpassed precision. Named SITELLE (Wide-field Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer), this instrument integrates several advanced technologies that will be installed at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT), one of the most productive telescopes in the world, located at the summit of Mauna Kea on Hawaii's Big Island. SITELLE will analyze the characteristics of the light emitted by each component of large astronomical objects such as nebulae and galaxies, making it possible to analyze these celestial objects as never before.
News - Nordic Life Science Pipeline is proud to launch the recruitment and testing of volunteers for the double-blind, randomized clinical study (phase II) of SQIN™, the first dermatologic product of its new biocosmeceutical division called NORBIODERM. NORDIC intends to be first in specializing on dermatological products for chronic dry skin conditions (xerosis) typically experienced by individuals with paralysis and/or mobility impairment. Pending upon these results, commercialization of SQIN™ may be announced as early as Q3-2015.
News - A new chapter has opened in the history of Frima, Canada’s biggest independent videogame company, with the arrival of two new investors and partners, Fonds de solidarité FTQ and European entertainment powerhouse Média-Participations. The $7.5 million investment will equip the Quebec City studio to pursue its mission as a leader in the development and sale of entertainment products and brands.
News - The Honourable Denis Lebel, Minister of Infrastructure, Communities and Intergovernmental Affairs and Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec, announces that Groupe Conseil Cogismaq Inc., known as Genius Solutions, has been granted financial assistance to implement a commercialization strategy in the United States and pursue its efforts in technological innovation.
News - handyem Inc., a manufacturer of personal and portable flow cytometers announces the commercial launch of the HPC-150 personal cytometer for life science research, bioprocessing, water quality and many other applications. The HPC-150 flow cytometer from handyem is portable and rugged. Its reliable fiber-optics flow cell eliminates the need for periodic laser alignment and reduces by an order of magnitude the amount of sheath fluid normally required by conventional flow cytometers.
News - With fine-dining establishments and high-quality produce and foodstuffs, it's no surprise Québec City is on Conde Nast Traveler's list of 20 top food cities in the world.