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COMMUNITY

Values

The partners attach great importance to consultation with the local community, both in the development of new projects and operating the wind farms. To ensure proper integration of the wind farms into the community, the partners rely on the following values:  

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Donations & Sponsorships 

Each year, Seigneurie de Beaupré Wind Farms support various non-profit organizations and charitable events to contribute to the vitality of the host region. 

 

To align with our beliefs and business objectives, most of the activities we support fall into three main categories: 

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Socio-Community

We support social- and community-oriented charities with missions to improve quality of life in a way that makes sense locally.  

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Environment

Sustainable development and respect for wildlife and the environment are integral parts of our daily activities. We want to back environmental organizations that work diligently to improve the health of our planet.  

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Education

Today's young people are tomorrow's future. We are therefore committed to contributing to projects led by the region's elementary and high schools and supporting research and university projects on Seigneurie de Beaupré land.   

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Learn more about the type of research and university projects carried out 

   

Monitoring Committee 

Mandate   

The committee's mandate is to monitor the construction and operation of Seigneurie de Beaupré Wind Farms. Committee members are responsible for reviewing and discussing all aspects of the wind farms, such as economic benefits and operation activities, as well as handling any questions or comments regarding projects. The committee is also involved in implementing corrective measures and may also follow up with the individuals concerned. 

The monitoring committee facilitates dialogue between developers and the public. This proactive approach was initially implemented in the wind farms’ first construction phase, and it will continue throughout their operating life

 

 
Operating procedure 

The committee, which began its mandate in August 2010, meets once a year, as required. The frequency of meetings can be re-assessed at any time. 

  • David Craig, Seigneurie de Beaupré private hunting & fishing clubs 

  • Jacques Laliberté, Séminaire de Québec 

  • Jean-François James, Énergir 

  • Jacques Pichette, Côte-de-Beaupré RCM 

  • Gilles Gagné, Développement Côte-de-Beaupré 

  • Jonathan Gingras, Seigneurie de Beaupré Wind Farms 

  • Marc-André Brassard, Sûreté du Québec 

  • Vincent Tardif, Ministère des Transport du Québec 

  • Majella Pichette, Municipality of Saint-Tite-des-Caps 

  • Parise Cormier, Municipality of Saint-Ferréol-Les-Neiges 

  • Francis Flynn, Residents’ Representative, Saint-Ferréol-les-Neiges access road 

  • Marie-Eve Simard, Boralex 

  • Ghislain Lachance, Residents’ Representative, Saint-Tite-des-Caps  

  • Michel Bélanger, Côte-de-Beaupré RCM