Second edition of Quebec City
in collaboration with the City of Quebec
and the major events.

June 3 and 4 2017

Espace 400e



Sixth Montreal edition

with the Eco2Fest

August 12 and 13 2017

Under the Labyrinthe

Hangar #16

Quai de l’horloge

Metro Champ-de-Mars

Old Port



Twelfth edition for Eastern Townships

in association with Magog

September 30th and October 1st 2017

Pointe Cabana


In collaboration with the Tiny House Festival


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Me Julius Grey

Lead speaker

Sunday at 2 pm

Governor of the Fondation du barreau du Québec
Human Rights Commission Medal 2015

Lawyer in several cases before the Supreme Court, the Court of Appeal of Québec and the Federal Court of Appeal, the Superior Court and the Federal Court. Presented several of the most important cases today in the field of fundamental rights, constitutional law, administrative law, family law, criminal law and civil law.

Pierre L. Auger

Pierre L. Auger MD, MSc, FRCPC Occupational Medicine
Dr Auger has been recognized as a specialist in occupational medicine at the Royal College. He holds a master’s degree in occupational medicine from the University of London in 1981.

He is also a clinical professor in the department of social and preventive medicine at Laval University and for a short time teaching assistant professor at McGill University.

He was and is a medical adviser to the Public Health Department of the National Capital, the Department of Public Health, Montreal Center. As well as the Rimouski Community Health Department.

He is also a consultant for the WHO Collaborating Center at Laval University. He practices occupational and environmental medicine at the CLSC Haute-Ville des Rivières in Quebec City and at the Multi-Clinique des accidentés Inc. in Montréal.

He has published and made a number of presentations in occupational medicine and the environment.

Daniel Breton

Spoke person with Jacques Duval

Daniel Breton has worked and worked on numerous environmental and energy issues such as the Suroît, Rabaska, the fight against climate change, SLAPP, the reduction of our dependence on hydrocarbons, shale gas and of course the electrification of transport since a twenty years.
He was Minister of the Environment for Quebec and the first elected official responsible for a transportation electrification strategy in Canada. He was also the first columnist in sustainable transportation in America, including fuel-efficient vehicles, and worked at the Devoir, Radio-Canada, the Journal de Montréal and many other specialized media.
He wrote the book “Maîtres chez nous-21 century” in 2009 and “The electric car, hybrid or energy-efficient” in 2016. He is now consultant in environment, energy and electrification of transport and chronicler for RoulezElectrique.com.


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