Until further notice, all of our public events have been suspended. Our teams are working hard to review our calendar of public events to ensure events initially programmed are presented once the situation is back to normal. The Chamber will continue to track the situation and will regularly review this decision.
The Chamber has decided to suspend all public events for March and April, until further notice. We will continue to track the situation and will regularly review this decision.
If you are already registered for one of our events that has been cancelled and you would like a refund, please send your request to email@example.com and indicate which event you are registered for. You will receive a refund on your credit card and a confirmation by email.
A. Events scheduled for May and June are suspended. We are monitoring the situation in real time and will make a decision in due course. If we have to suspend, cancel or postpone an event, you will be notified and the refund procedure will be communicated to you.
In the meantime, we invite you to consult our virtual program to keep informed of upcoming talks and webinars.
Events planned for May and June remain to be confirmed. We will track the situation in real time and make a decision in due course. If we have to suspend, cancel or postpone an event, you will be informed and provided with the refund process.
All training and coaching offered by the J’apprends le français program ceased when activities were suspended. For any help related to your French language learning initiatives, we invite you to visit the Ministère de l’Immigration, de la Francisation et de l’Intégration website by clicking here: https://www.immigration-quebec.gouv.qc.ca/en/french-language/index.html
Until further notice, all of our public events, including trade missions, have been suspended. We are closely tracking the situation. We will keep you apprised of developments about our trade missions in due course.
The Interconnection Program is suspended indefinitely. For any help related to your professional project or labour needs, we encourage you to contact your local Services Québec office. To find the Services Québec office nearest you, click here.
You can get your certificate online via the Web essCert platform, which you can connect to from anywhere and any device. Help lines and our website are always available. For more information about the procedure,
Upcoming meetings will take place by videoconference, For more information, click here. The next cohorts scheduled to start in May will be confirmed as the situation evolves. You can register and receive priority updates for these events by contacting us at
Yes. Our teams are working remotely and can help you advance your projects and prepare via videoconference for the resumption of regular services.
We are developing tools and services for our members including an expert squad, a toolkit, virtual activities and content, and the Clic B2B networking service For more information, we invite you to visit: https://www.ccmm.ca/en/advocacy/covid-19/ We encourage you to watch for developments through the Chamber platforms and by signing up for our Special Newsletter that addresses the situation.
The COVID-19 section of our Info entrepreneurs page also contains information about programs and resources available to entrepreneurs from different levels of government, economic development organizations and some private sector actors. It will be updated regularly as both the offer and the situation evolve.
Because of the current situation, our offices are closed. If you need to provide us with documents for an essential service and cannot send them to us, we ask that you contact us so we can decide on the best approach.
Your advisor will contact you shortly with more details about your sponsorship.
As the situation evolves, we will re-evaluate holding events. We will keep you informed of any decisions.