The LOJIQ 2018 Awards Ceremony:
Oneka Technologies’ Renaud Lafortune and Dragan Tutić win the LOJIQ Grand Prix for their participation in the promotion of Quebec
During the 8th annual LOJIQ Awards, held under the honorary presidency of Québec Premier Philippe Couillard, on May 31 at the National Assembly in front of more than 200 guests, the International Youth Offices of Quebec (LOJIQ) ) highlighted the excellence of 11 international mobility projects. In total, 39 young Quebeckers stood out among more than 4,000 participants in LOJIQ programs last year, not least because of the spin-offs generated by their project, but also because of their contribution to development and outreach. of Quebec.
“Ensuring intergenerational equity is a concern that engages the entire government and guides all of our decisions. We are committed to supporting and empowering young people to take their place and reach their full potential. We do this by supporting the projects of the International Youth Offices of Quebec that allow them, through international experiences, to acquire skills in a new environment, to learn from what is done elsewhere and to develop networks around the world. This evening, we highlighted the achievements of young Quebecers who are open, creative, passionate and ambitious. Congratulations to all the finalists and winners. Together, you are helping to build the Quebec of tomorrow, stronger and more prosperous, “said the Premier.
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