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Territorial Development

Development of the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent

  • Territorial Development Fund (FDT)

    In April, 2015, the Territorial Development Fund was established to support MRCs in promoting local and regional development. This fund stems from an agreement between the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy (MAMOT). It replaced a number of programs formerly managed by the MRC (including the Pacte Rural) to become one global regional envelope.

    The MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent is at the centre of the new municipal governance model known as regional proximity governance, which allows for MRCs to take measures to promote the development of the communities within its territory. To this end, the mayors have established a number of intervention priorities. In order to implement the FDT, the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent adopted a business support policy.

    The 2019 Policy is available below.

  • Municipalite St Anicet Anick Lacroix

Intervention Priorities for the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent 2017-2020

The Territorial Development Fund (FDT) falls within the framework of the FDT Agreement concluded between the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy and the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent dated as of September 14, 2015 and amended by Addendum # 1 to this Agreement as of December 20, 2016.

The priorities of the MRC for each of the years 2017-2018, 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 are shown in the table below (in French).

These intervention priorities have been established in accordance with the provisions of Articles 4 (a) to 4 (f) and section 9 of the Agreement referred to above. They were also confirmed by the resolutions adopted on November 23, 2016 for the fiscal year 2017-18, July 4, 2018 for the financial year 2018-19 and November 28, 2018 for the financial year 2019-2020, as shown in the table below.

Tableau des priorités 2017-2020

Intervention Priorities for the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent 2017-2018

1. Land use planning

  • Adopt and implement the Agricultural Zone Development Plan (AZDP)
  • Ensure the conformity of plans and urban planning by-laws
  • Start the process for revising the Land Use Planning and Development Plan
  • Modify the revised Land Use Planing and Development Plan

2. Structuring Projects

  • Support the implementation of projects to improve living environments, particularly in the fields of social, economic, cultural, tourism and environmental development in order to:
  • Create and maintain jobs in the region;
  • Maintain and increase the population of the MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent;
  • Improve direct services to the population.

3. Support for economic development

  • Technical and financial support for entrepreneurship development; the social economy; tourism and agro-tourism by providing financial assistance to the CLD.
  • Implementing the Business Support Policy
  • Promotion of the region, including tourism promotion

4. Business Support Fund

  • Manage development funds (Business Support Fund) and the selection of financial aid recipients

5. Support for agricultural and agri-food development

  • Support the development and maintenance of agricultural and agri-food initiatives
  • Ensure the implementation of the Agricultural Zone Development Plan (AZDP)

6. Support for social development

  • Implement the Social Development Plan
  • Perpetuate the regional organization Actions Haut-Saint-Laurent and reinforce the partnership with the Concertation Horizons.
  • Ensure municipal involvement in advancing social development priorities

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Projects financed in 2017

Projet Communic-Action

Le monde à la portée des aînés, année 2 Allocated Amount: $9 000

Une Affaire de Famille

Programme 1-2-3 Allocated Amount: $18 713

CLD du Haut-Saint-Laurent (fiduciaire de Place aux jeunes HSL)

PAJ vous chante la pomme! Allocated Amount: $4 190

La Petite bibliothèque verte

Développement d’un cinéma de répertoire à la PBV Allocated Amount: $5 772

The Rural Arts Project

L’événement de la tente ambulante Allocated Amount: $20 000

Association pour la Défense des Droits Sociaux de Huntingdon

Pour un meilleur accès aux logements dans le Haut-Saint-Laurent Allocated Amount: $21 844

Carrefour-jeunesse emploi

Coopérative jeunesse de services Allocated Amount: $2 850

La Bouffe Additionnelle

Aider à s’entraider, année 3 Allocated Amount: $23 125

Maison des jeunes de Huntingdon

FA-Réussite Allocated Amount: $13 875

Projects financed in 2016

Aventuriers de l'archéologie

Les Maisons-longues du site Droulers Allocated Amount: $32 500

Municipalité de Saint-Chrysostome

Mise en œuvre du volet « jeunesse » de la PFM Allocated Amount: $30 600

MRC du Haut-Saint-Laurent

Mobilisation et valorisation au cœur de l’engagement bénévole Allocated Amount: $35 000

Marché fermier du comté de Huntingdon

Marché plus proche que jamais Allocated Amount: $14 300

La Bouffe Additionnelle

Aider à s'entraider, année 2 Allocated Amount: $26 835

CLD du Haut-Saint-Laurent fiduciaire de Place aux jeunes HSL

Attraction de la relève entrepreneuriale Allocated Amount: $2 625

Projet Communic-Action

Le monde à la portée des aînés Allocated Amount: $10 375

Municipalité de Franklin

Planification stratégique - Mise en œuvre du plan d'action Allocated Amount: $22 500

Une Affaire de Famille

Consolidation de la halte-garderie Saint-Anicet, année 2 Allocated Amount: $26 835

Ville de Huntingdon

Patinoire communautaire de la Sport-O-thèque du Haut-Saint-Laurent Allocated Amount: $5 025

C.D.E. de la Ville de Huntingdon

Projet incubateur agroalimentaire (expansion) Allocated Amount: $22 500

COOP de solidarité santé de la famille

COOP santé familiale-plus accessible à tous Allocated Amount: $26 835

Camp Soleil de Mélissa

Halte-Répit-Loisir pour personnes handicapées et leur famille Allocated Amount: $26 835

Association d'entraide mutuelle de feu du Québec Sud-Ouest

Centre de formation et d'entraînement / Training Centre Allocated Amount: $50 000