For 60 years, small towns across Québec have been supporting P’tit Québec. Starting this year, we wanted to begin giving back. For 60 years, small towns across Québec have been supporting P’tit Québec. Starting this year, we wanted to begin giving back. For 60 years, small towns across Québec have been supporting P’tit Québec. Starting this year, we wanted to begin giving back.

You have also brought happiness and hope in this time of pandemic, which has confined the elderly in our community for too long. Once again, thank you, and I assure you to praise your cheese P’tit Québec in our region.

Gaétan Côté

President of the Club de l’Amitié

In small towns across Québec, many small projects go unfinished because of lack of funding and resources. P’tit Québec saw this as an opportunity to help. “P’tits projets pas si P’tits” is an initiative which envisions empowering communities one stop at a time. The small tasks we complete give the community better spaces to come together, making for a big impact.

The beginning of a tradition

Repainting the playgrounds fence and picnic tables Repainting the playgrounds fence and picnic tables Installation of a new kayak rack Installation of a new kayak rack Installation of a new bike rack Replenishing the sand in the sandbox Replenishing the sand in the sandbox Installation of a protective
railing along a scenic walk
Donated to the local senior citizen’s residence Hosting a community lunch Donated school supplies to the Sainte-Rose Elementary School Replacing the local school’s baseball benches Repainting the playgrounds fence and picnic tables

We praise your participation. The whole village benefits from your contribution. Thank you P'tit Québec!

Laurent Thibeault

Mayor from 2005 - 2021

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The P’tit Québec van will be back on the road in 2022 as part of this annual initiative to empower local communities across Quebec and assist a new town in need of a hand. If you liked this video and want to see more like it, let us know down below!

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