Tourisme Outaouais launches new funding programs for tourism businesses
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In a press release, the MRC Pontiac announced new funding programs for tourism businesses.

PROGRAMME SANITAIRE DES ENTREPRISES TOURISTIQUES DE L’OUTAOUAIS (PSTO) 2020-2022
This program aims to financially support enterprises adapting their operations to the pandemic context in accordance with recommendations for each sector issued from sanitary plans published by the tourism industry. This program is made possible by financing from the Ministère du Tourisme du Québec.

OUTAOUAIS REGION TOURISM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (ORTDP)
The Outaouais Region Tourism Development Program (ORTDP) reflects the shared resolve of Quebec’s Ministry of Tourism (MTO) and Outaouais Tourism to join forces with local partners and businesses to implement projects that support the development of the regional tourism offer and optimize tourism investments in accordance with the development priorities of the destination. The ORTDP goal is to support and promote the development, renewal and structuring of the tourism offer in the Outaouais tourism region.

For more information on the new funding programs, visit the MRC Pontiac website.

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