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ness that teaches sailing on Lake Memphremagog, and the Savon des Cantons, a twelve year-old business that makes handmade soap and cosmetics.
“Many business projects have taken off since their presentation at the first edition of the Eye of Memphré. These ones were the first to qualify in order to benefit from this offer. Each dollar counts when a new project is being launched and we are proud to have been able to contribute to lighten the financial load of these promoters,” said Yvan Lanthier, the director general of the CLD.
“These two projects, related to our tourism industry, boost our local economy,” added Vicki May Hamm, the mayor of Magog and the president of the CLD. “The initiative of the Eye of Memphré has as its objective the promotion of the emergence of business projects and I am happy to state that the positive effects of these projects can still be noticed, several months after the passage of these entrepreneurs before the panel of experts.”
cadets and Christian St-Onge will patrol Coaticook this summer, bringing added security to the citizens and improving their policing skills in readiness for their future occupations.
Sincethe beginning of the month, two Sureté du Quebec cadets have joined the Coaticook SQ to keep the village safe and tranquil. Josianne Thibault and Christian St-Onge were hired as part of the Programme de cadets de la Sureté du Quebec. These future police officers will patrol parks and take part in events and in community relations activities.
“We are very happy with this initiative and proud to host the Cadets in the City of Coaticook. Their presence in our public spaces will enhance the work of the police and increase the sense of public security in our citizens,” commented Simon Madore, the Coaticook councillor in charge of recreation and public security.
“As director of the SQ post of the Coaticook MRC, I am enthusiastic about receiving SQ cadets from this program for the first time. The quality of the training that they received allows them to respond professionally to the needs of our citizens. The cadets are experiencing enriching work directly related to their future profession,” commented Sergeant Frederick Pelletier, the director of the Coaticook MRC post.
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