Joly, Champagne unveil still more federal cash to boost QC tourism sector
Tourism Minister Melanie Joly kicks off another full day of funding reveals in Cacouna, where she’ll share the details of a new “financial contribution” to a project undertaken by the Maliseet of Viger First Nation before making her way to Grand-Metis to hand out still more federal cash to boost tourism in the Gaspésie and Bas-Saint-Laurent region.
Meanwhile, her cabinet colleague Francois-Philippe Champagne heads to Saint-Narcisse with even more tourism-focused financing — this time, in Mauricie — while Public Services Minister Carla Qualtrough drops by a Gatineau retirement home to tout her government’s efforts to “create opportunities for participation in community activities, programs and services for persons with disabilities in Quebec.”
On the other side of the country, Small Business Minister Mary Ng pays a visit to the Vancouver headquarters of quantum computing software firm 1QBit, where she’ll announce what the advisory is billing as “the creation of an integrated market in the medtech industry.”
Finally, Justice Minister David Lametti stops by Nunavut Arctic College in Iqaluit to unveil new federal support to “increase access to justice and support the well-being of women and children.”
Regular House and Senate committee meetings will resume after the fall election.
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