Outaouais first: a new strategy to encourage local purchasing
Article published on 8 July 2020
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A new strategy to raise awareness and encourage people in the Outaouais region to buy locally from local businesses will be launched this week.

To highlight this launch, a discussion panel was organized with various entrepreneurs from the Outaouais region, including Mélisa Parenteau, owner of a spa in the Buckingham sector, who explained the steps she took at the start containment.

Marie-Claude Bonin Joly, owner of Marie papilles, a culinary business in the Gatineau Valley, hopes consumers will remain aware of the importance of encouraging local businesses following the COVID-19 pandemic.

Note that the director general of CHIP 101.9, François Carrier, acted as a panelist to represent the Pontiac. The discussion panel is available here:

The local purchasing campaign will be officially launched during five events taking place throughout the Outaouais region. To attend, people are asked to register to meet government-mandated health standards.

Link to register : https://www.cilex.ca/inscription-lancements?utm_source=Cyberimpact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Modele-achat-local---rose&fbclid=IwAR3gWVuuqJvSDzeisWXIq3oGkISaEGUyEwG_fgMKmMcfb10qMMrT8CzqKBM

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