The wisest approach to this pandemic is to help businesses and households survive without going bankrupt -William amos
Article published on 9 December 2020
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In his Parliamentary Bulletin for the fall, the member for Pontiac in the House of Commons in Ottawa, William Amos, outlined certain actions of his government, including the Fund for women in entrepreneurship aimed at tackling barriers that exist for women when it comes to starting and growing a business. It also looks back on the Fund for municipal water infrastructure from which the municipality of L’Isle-aux-Allumettes benefited, which will replace 4,925 meters of pipes to improve the water system and sanitation.

"The wisest approach to this global pandemic is to help businesses and households survive without going bankrupt. It is the compassionate and pragmatic thing to do, because the post-pandemic will be faster, since we will have limited the economic impacts caused by the recessions of COVID-19 ”affirms William Amos.

Looking for members for the Pontiac Youth Council
Note that the Pontiac Riding Youth Council for the Liberal Party of Canada is looking for young people who can join the organization. MP Amos mentions that the members of the Youth Council will meet virtually a few times a year and that he hopes the involvement of young community leaders who will be able to bring new ideas on issues affecting the riding.

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