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Canadian Power - Québec Regional Overview

Canada - March 11 2021 Following a transition period (without any new large private energy procurement in the Province since 2013), certain public statements of Québec…

Alexandre Saulnier-Marceau, Amelia Fong, Dominique Amyot-Bilodeau, Jacob Stone, Jason Phelan, Louis-Nicolas Boulanger, Mathieu LeBlanc, Mireille Trottier.

COVID-19 Update : Reopening of Physical Workplaces and Return to Work - Considerations for the Agri-Food and Manufacturing Sectors

Canada - May 6 2020 Most Canadian provinces, including British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Québec, have now announced frameworks for the reopening of businesses and…

Abigail Cheung, Carmen Francis, Donovan Plomp, Eloïse Gagné, Lyndsey Delamont, Marco Fimiani, Meghan Hillstrom, Myriam Hacault, Rick W Pawluk.

Canadian Power - Key Developments in 2019, Trends to Watch for in 2020: Quebec - Overview

Canada - February 20 2020 While Québec’s electricity industry made the headlines a few times in 2019, both within the province and in its main export markets, Hydro-Québec…

Alexandre Saulnier-Marceau, Jacob Stone, Louis-Nicolas Boulanger, Mathieu LeBlanc.

Update on Hydro-Québec Off-Grid Wind Farm RFP

Canada - February 1 2016 Late in December 2015, Hydro-Québec Distribution (“HQD”) announced the postponement by one year of the deadline for submissions in response to its…

Louis-Nicolas Boulanger, Marilyn Leblanc.

The Business Corporations Act (Québec) will come into force on February 14, 2011

Canada - November 10 2010 The Minister of Finance and Minister of Revenue, Raymond Bachand, announced on November 3, 2010 that the Business Corporations Act will come into force on February 14, 2011.

Annette Laroche, Benjamin H. Silver.