MRC Pontiac pushes back the deadline for the Territorial Development Fund (FDT) call for projects
Article published on 23 October 2019
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In order to allow more organizations to file an application for funding from Territorial Development Fund (FDT), the MRC decided to pushed the deadline to November 21st.
This fund is intended for non-profit organizations, cooperatives, band councils of Aboriginal communities and municipalities that have infrastructure projects. More than $ 200,000 will be distributed among the selected projects.

This program stems from an agreement between the MRC Pontiac and Ministère des Affaires Municipales et de l’Habitation, which aims to support projects that meet the priorities identified by the MRC, to promote local and regional development in the territory in the following sectors:
Agriculture;
Forestry;
Tourism;
Trade and services;
Socio-community;
Culture and heritage.

Interested organizations are invited to contact the Economic Development Department of the MRC Pontiac to book an appointment:
• By phone at (819) 648-5689 ext. 122
• By email to j.cote mrcpontiac.qc.ca

The new deadline for applications is November 21st, 2019 at 4pm

For more information on this program and to see the application form, visit the MRC Pontiac website.

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