The Society des companies de Plaine Air du Quebec (SAPAC) will acquire new infrastructure and specialized clothing over the nearly 1,500 km2 of Anticosty Island.
As of December 5, Sapak is investing $ 26.1 million to operate six new sectors on Anticosty Island, including two inns, 15 cabins as well as various infrastructure related to safari anticoste clothing.
Sépaq plans to spend an additional $ 7.3 million on future development, upgrades and energy transformation projects on the island of Anticosti.
The safari will be owned by the salmon and release sectors in the northeast of Anticosty Island, where it will continue to welcome customers.
The Sépaq purchase ruled out the possibility of acquiring these assets through foreign interests.
“The Quebec government has used this historic opportunity to further protect the unparalleled jewelery of the island of Anticosti. .
By 2022, a harmonious offer of hunting packages will be offered. The potential for developing fishing packages will also be evaluated.