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Newsletter - April 15, 2021
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Over $4M for cultural sector

Funds to propel cultural sector’s economic recovery.

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Executive director's update

With spring flowers poking up through the ground, we may finally be able to see some light shining at the end of the tunnel for the cultural sector.

The Quebec government recently announced an economic recovery plan for the cultural sector. Over $4 million has been distributed to various associations operating in that sector.

The Association nationale des éditeurs de livres (ANEL) is one of the beneficiaries under that plan. It has been given an $800,000 grant and intends to use it to showcase books and go ahead with the 2nd phase of the Je lis québécois! campaign first launched last fall.

Changes in our team

Danielle Turcot, Finance Director, left Copibec at the end of March. Christian Liboiron, Director of our Businesses and Governments department, has also left in order to take on new challenges. We wish them much success in their future projects.

Our new Finance Director is Tim Nguyen. We’re very glad to welcome him to our team!

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Frédérique Couette
Executive Director

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