Ville de Longueuil unveils its economic recovery plan

August 21 2020

The mayoress of Longueuil, Sylvie Parent, presented the city's recovery plan to contribute to a rapid and sustainable economic recovery in its territory. The plan proposes measures whose impact is estimated at more than $ 800 million in GDP and will support more than 1,800 jobs. The deployment of the recovery plan has already started and will be phased in over the next 5 years.

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LONGUEUIL : Innergex - acquisition of six wind farms in operation in the United States

July 31, 2020

Innergex Renewable Energy recently acquired all of the Class B shares in a portfolio of six Mountain Air wind farms operating in Elmore County, Idaho, United States. A purchase of US $ 56.8 million from Terna Energy SA. The six 23 MW wind farms located in Cold Springs, Desert Meadow, Hammett Hill, Mainline, Ryegrass and Two Ponds have a total installed capacity of 138 megawatt.

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LONGUEUIL : Official launch of CEI Longueuil activities: DigifabQG stimulates the revival of Quebec manufacturers through the digital shift 4.0

June 23, 2020

Accessible in virtual or in person mode, the Longueuil industrial expertise center (CEI) is a single point of contact for manufacturers where neutral experts offer several services in order to accelerate the appropriation of technologies and  to facilitate their digital transformation in their production environment.

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LONGUEUIL : Major investment in downtown Longueuil

May 21, 2020

The mayor of Longueuil Sylvie Parent presented today with the president of Devimco Immobilier, Serge Goulet, a major real estate development project in the downtown area and the Longueuil – Université-de-Sherbrooke metro station. The project, valued at nearly $ 500 million, includes nearly 1,200 housing units as well as various commercial spaces

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LONGUEUIL : Gradual resumption of activities under the COVID-19-related pause

April 28, 2020

The government has announced that various sectors and businesses will be able to resume operations gradually. These reopenings, approved by public health authorities, will take place in phases, depending on the business sectors and geographic areas. In the coming weeks, various activities will be authorized to resume, ensuring, however, that measures to ensure the health and safety of workers and customers are put in place.

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