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Press releases

2020-03-27 The Québec government announces new measures to help individuals and businesses
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2020-03-19 The Québec governement will harmonize its measures with two federal governement assistance measures announced yesterday
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2020-03-18 Individuals and businesses can pay their taxes on September 1st, 2020
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2020-03-17 Flexibility measures for individuals and businesses
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2020-03-10 Press Release No. 1 — Budget 2020-2021 — A record sum of $6.7 billion over six years to fight climate change
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2020-03-10 Press Release No. 2 — Budget 2020-2021 — Increasing the potential of the economy and creating wealth for all Quebecers
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2020-03-10 Press Release No. 3 — Budget 2020-2021 — Concrete measures for improving health services and meet the needs of Quebecers
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2019-11-07 Update on Québec's Economic and Financial Situation - The Québec government announces that it will give an additional $3.3 billion back to Quebecers within five years
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