Quebec’s primary industries span manufacturing, aerospace, technology, agriculture, forestry, and hydroelectric power. Manufacturing encompasses a wide range of sectors, including aerospace, automotive, and pharmaceuticals, contributing significantly to the economy. The aerospace industry is particularly notable, with Quebec being a global leader in aircraft manufacturing. Technology and innovation thrive in urban centers like Montreal, while agriculture focuses on dairy, maple syrup, and fruits. Forestry remains vital, supplying wood and paper products, and hydroelectric power generation benefits from abundant water resources. Working conditions vary across sectors: manufacturing and aerospace offer diverse roles, technology provides innovation-driven jobs, agriculture involves seasonal demands, forestry requires physical labor, and the energy sector offers opportunities in power generation. Quebec’s economic diversity provides various job opportunities across different skill sets and industries.

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Mar. 15 – workers comp 2024 payroll filing deadline.

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