Canada invests over 1M in five projects that will contribute to Quebec’s green transition
by CM staff
The recipients are GROUPÉ Mauricie + Rive–Sud, Groupe PRO–B inc., Fût Mauricie, Waste Robotics Inc. and Theron Sport Inc.
TROIS-RIVIÈRES — The Government of Canada is investing a total of $1,208,952 for five projects that will foster Mauricie’s green transition.
The recipients are GROUPÉ Mauricie + Rive–Sud, Groupe PRO–B inc., Fût Mauricie (2954–8344 Québec inc.), Waste Robotics Inc. and Theron Sport Inc. These CED investments will enable them to launch their project, increase their production while becoming more energy efficient or reducing losses, and market their products.
“We must help small and medium–sized enterprises make the green shift so they can carve out an ideal place for themselves in tomorrow’s economy,” said Pascale St–Onge, Member of Parliament for Brome–Missisquoi, Minister of Sport and Minister responsible for CED. “That is why our government is supporting economic players in Quebec such as GROUPÉ Mauricie + Rive–Sud, Groupe PRO-B, Fût Mauricie, Waste Robotics and Theron Sport, whose projects will help reduce our environmental footprint, increase their competitiveness, or enable them to innovate using clean technologies. I would like to highlight their efforts in helping to create a sustainable economy.”
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