October 16, 2021

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Martin Hebert was appointed Quebec General Delegate in New York

Martin Hebert was appointed Quebec General Delegate in New York

(Montreal) Martin Hebert has been appointed Quebec General Delegate in New York.


The economist, who has been Quebec’s representative in Chicago since June 2019, will begin his new duties next week.

Martin Hebert is Senior Vice President and National Representative for the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses and President of her own public affairs organization for nearly 10 years.

She will replace Catherine Loubier, who was appointed to the post in February 2019 by Franకోois Legalt.

Nadine Giralt, Minister of International Relations and La Francophony, congratulated Martin Hebert on Twitter.

“Congratulations to Martin Hebert on becoming our General Representative in New York! Thank you for the wonderful job in Chicago. I have full confidence that you can embrace this new challenge wonderfully,” the Minister said.

The Quebec General Representative in New York also responded to her nomination on social media, saying that she was very happy and honored to be part of Quebec’s fantastic team in New York.

“Thanks to Franకోois Legalt and Nadine Giralt for their trust. It is a real pleasure to be part of the economic advancement of Quebec and our businesses among our partners in the United States,” Martin Hebert wrote on Twitter.

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