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The role of the forest sector in clean economic growth according to Will Amos
Article published on 7 February 2018
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Pontiac MP William Amos participated yesterday in the opening panel for PaperWeek 2018, an annual conference of the pulp and paper industry in Canada, held in Montreal. He reaffirmed the federal government’s commitment to support the forestry industry by investing in research to develop new products and creating economic opportunities for Aboriginal communities and rural communities.

Mr. Amos discussed federal initiatives in making the Canadian economy greener. Canada’s forestry sector employs over 200,000 people and contributes more than $ 21 billion to the gross domestic product. In the riding of Pontiac, the forestry industry is an important economic sector that has marked the social, environmental, and economic culture of the region, according to a release issued by the office of Mr. Amos.

This industry is fundamentally different from other natural resource sectors in its carbon mitigation potential, be it high the quality of sustainable wood products, bioenergy and bioproducts production, as well as the sustainable and extensively sustainable operations. Emerging technologies represent the future of the Canadian pulp and paper sector and will enable it to remain competitive while reducing its environmental impact.

For this reason, the federal government has launched the $ 155-million Clean Growth Program that will fund clean technology projects in the energy, mining and forestry sectors to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve environmental outcomes.

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National Park idea for L'Île-du-Grand-Calumet / Renfrew?

22 February 2019

Wednesday, February 20th, the Warden of the MRC Jane Toller met with the Warden of the Renfrew county, Jennifer Murphy, along with other representatives of the MRC and the County. During the media debrief at the meeting of the regional council of mayors, Wednesday night in Campbell's Bay, Jane (...)

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Tense exchanges between two Outaouais members of National Assembly

22 February 2019

During question period at the National Assembly on Thursday, the Official Opposition's Health Critic and Member for Pontiac, André Fortin, exchanged tense remarks with Mathieu Lacombe, the MNA for Papineau, Minister of the Families and Minister responsible for the Outaouais. Fortin mainly (...)

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Shawville Winter Carnival

22 February 2019

The annual Shawville Winter Carnival is this Saturday at the Shawville Arena, the key organizer and newest member of the Municipal Staff, Helena Hadley, gave an overview of the event that the municipality organizes every year: To find out more about this event being held this Saturday in (...)

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Implementation of kindergarten 4 years and 2,500 new subsidized spaces in day care

22 February 2019

The MNA for Pontiac and Critic for Health and Public Health, André Fortin, was accompanied, earlier this week, by representatives of the Conseil québécois des services éducatifs à la petite enfance to denounce the project of starting children in kindergarten at the age of 4 years, put in to motion (...)

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Beginner workshops for books and digital journals

22 February 2019

The Reseau BIBLIO Outaouais will offer beginner workshops this spring to introduce readers to the digital loan service, books and magazines, which have been established for some years now in the library who are members of the BIBLIO Network. In order to support the acquisition of knowledge to (...)

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Senior Comets Hockey: Kicking off the Playoffs

22 February 2019

Ending the regular season in fourth place, the Pontiac Senior Comets with face off in the quarter finals against the Cornwall Prowlers in three back to back to back games. Tonight, the first game of the series will be played in Fort-Coulonge at 8:30pm. On Saturday, the Comets are in Cornwall (...)

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