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Aéroports de Montréal is the local airport authority that has been responsible for the management, operation and development of Montréal–Trudeau and Montréal–Mirabel international airports since 1992. The Corporation employs 625 people at both airports. ADM has been ISO 14001 certified since 2000, Airport Carbon accreditation and the terminal Montreal-Trudeau is BOMA BESt certified since 2008.

The mission of CECI is to combat poverty and exclusion. To this end, CECI builds the development capacities of disadvantaged communities. We support peace building, human rights, and equity initiatives. We mobilize resources and promote exchanges of knowledge.

CFERs are schools and non-profit buisnesses that promote the development of autonomous individuals, engaged citizens and productive workers, in a curriculum that has been developed around these three core objectives. The program is recognized by Quebec’s Ministry of Education and students who successfully complete the three-year training will earn a Certificat de Formation en Entreprise et Récupération . The VISION we project through CFERs is to bring a happy life and acceptable standard of living within easy reach for autonomous individuals, engaged citizens and productive workers, regardless of their educational qualifications

The CIRAIG is a Centre of expertise in life cycle issues based at Polytechnique Montréal. The CIRAIG supports the industry, governments, organizations and consumers in their path towards a true sustainable development supported by life cycle thinking.

The mission of the Chantier de l'économie sociale is to promote the social economy as an integral part of Québec's plural economy, and in so doing, contribute to the democratization of the economy and the emergence of a development model based on the values of solidarity, equity, and transparency.

Located in Montreal's West Island, the City of Pointe-Claire, renowned for the quality and variety of its municipal services, is a wonderful place to live. Ideally located on the shore of Lake Saint-Louis, Pointe-Claire has an extensive urban forest. The City is focused on serving its residents and supporting their dynamic community life. Fully aware of the environmental, social and economic realities facing the community, the City has launched a number of sustainable development initiatives in recent years.

The mission of the Conseil québécois des entreprises adaptées (CQEA) is to see to the socio-economic interests of its members, the adapted enterprises of Québec, in order to promote the integration of disabled persons through the creation of paying and valorising jobs.

Founded in 1940, the Quebec Council of cooperation and mutuality (CQCM) is the democratic body which have established cooperative networks and mutual Quebec to assume the full development of their potential.

The CQCM mission is to participate in social and economic development of Quebec by promoting the full development of the cooperative and mutualist movement in Quebec and, in agreement with the principles and values of the International Cooperative Alliance (ICA)

Le Centre de services partagés du Québec (CSPQ) through La Direction générale des acquisitions (DGACQ) has developed a unique expertise to provide public organizations the ability to purchase goods and quality services at the best possible cost. The DGACQ offers a range of services tailored to the needs of government agencies; organizations in the health and social services network; organizations in the education and municipal network : group purchasing, mandated purchases, acquisitions of goods and technical and professional services, consulting services, directory of goods and services.

The David Suzuki Foundation collaborate with Canadians from all walks of life, including government and business, to conserve our environment and find solutions that will create a sustainable Canada through science-based research, education and policy work.