With a non-repayable contribution from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project, Bromont Campervan was able to purchase a new electric vehicle to add to its fleet of nine vehicles perfectly equipped for family or solo vacations.
Thanks to a non-repayable contribution from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project, Cabane chez Arthur was able to increase the number of seats in its dining room by 25 this year. Needless to say, all these new seats were snapped up during the sugaring-off season. What’s more, the Cabane chez Arthur can now meet greater […]
Starting in May 2023, visitors to the religious and historical heritage trail of the Sanctuaires du Fleuve, located on Montreal’s South Shore, will be able to use their mobile devices to read QR codes that appear on posters located outside the various sites. Visiting tourists will be able to discover several distinctive attractions accessible within […]
Located in Trois-Rivières (Ste-Marthe-du-Cap sector), Ferme Chasseur-cueilleur is a brewery farm with nearly 40 acres of cereal crops, berries and hops. In addition to its craft beer production and bed & breakfast, Ferme Chasseur-cueilleur offers activities for the whole family, with its mini-farm and animal rides (goats, alpacas and more). The non-repayable contribution, as part […]
Herbes Orford has received support from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project for its outdoor landscaping project. The financial assistance will enable them, among other things, to add more plants to their garden, set up interpretation stations, add UV-resistant labels and produce an information booklet for visitors.
Hôtel Oui GO!, located in downtown Trois-Rivières, offers guests a lodging experience that combines the authenticity of the past with modern chic. Housed in a heritage building, Hôtel Oui GO! benefited from a non-repayable contribution from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project, which enabled it to sign a partnership agreement with the city of Trois-Rivières, […]
A non-refundable grant from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project enabled Hydromellerie Saint-Paul-de-la-Croix to upgrade some of its facilities. As a result, the functional and visual aspects of the shop, the interpretation center and the bee park-garden have been improved.
A non-repayable contribution from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project will enable Le Théophile restaurant to redesign its outdoor terrace to make it more welcoming. The picnic tables, shunned by customers, will be replaced by more appropriate furniture, and the terrace will be covered and heated. Le Théophile is convinced that this investment project will […]
Built in 1916, the Manoir du Rocher is steeped in history and part of the heritage of the City of Shawinigan. Today, it is a renowned tourist accommodation establishment, attracting both local and international clientele. Thanks to a non-repayable contribution from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project, entrepreneur Natacha Bustros will be able to refurbish the Manoir du Rocher’s living spaces and improve common areas to enhance the region’s tourism offering.
Mont SM is a mountain biking center offering enthusiasts some twenty kilometers of intermediate to expert trails. A contribution from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project helped Mont SM build a terrace at the foot of the mountain. This project adds complementary services to the existing activities of this mountain biking center located in the […]
MontVR’s Sherbrooke franchise has applied to the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project to enhance its visitor offering. With the support of the Project, the company will be able to acquire a new fleet of mobile helmets to increase its presence at various events.
The Tourism Small Business Assistance Project has contributed to the development of this gathering place for climbers who come to the heart of Saint-Michel to visit. The course will feature new installations with new angles and arches, as well as new holds and volumes. The project also enabled them to change the lighting to a more economical and environmentally-friendly LED system.
The Musée de la biodiversité, whose mission is to promote and conserve our natural heritage, benefited from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project program to redevelop, modernize and redesign its shop and reception area. The center receives over 28,000 visitors, and the pandemic period made it clear that access was difficult, unsafe and even uncomfortable […]
Non-repayable contributions from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project will enable the Montreal Aviation Museum to pursue its mission of preserving and restoring Canadian aircraft. More specifically, the grant will be used to maintain the Museum’s century-old building and to acquire the wings of the Challenger aircraft currently being restored.
The Tourism Small Business Assistance Project enhances the experience of children visiting this Laval museum. Non-repayable contributions were used to refresh the thematic rooms, as well as to purchase new computer programs to make the exhibition rooms even more immersive. Part of the funds were also used to install motion sensors to achieve significant energy savings.
The Tourism Small Business Assistance Project enabled this café, located on the edge of a busy bike path in the Quebec City region, to overhaul its layout and refresh its interior and exterior service furniture, as well as purchase custom-made bike racks to accommodate some 36 bikes at a time. A real treat for cycling tourists.
Plein air Ville-Joie, an NPO nestled in an exceptional natural environment, continues the social mission of the Dominicaines de la Trinité by offering summer camps for families and young people with fewer resources. The non-repayable contribution awarded as part of the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project will enable the organization to restore the curtain wall […]
Non-repayable contributions from the Tourism Small Business Assistance Project have enabled the Historic Site Marguerite Bourgeoys to acquire equipment for their events and rentals, including a front stage which is very useful when welcoming choirs and pianists for concerts in the chapel. Tables, tablecloths and crockery complete the set for rental to groups wishing to hold larger-scale events.