Second Opposition Group critic for family, tourism and the Bas-Saint-Laurent and Gaspésie-îles-de-Madeleine regions
Sylvie D’Amours is a businesswoman who is very engaged in her community. As a city councillor for Saint-Joseph-du-Lac, a position to which she was elected in 2009, she oversees public transit, agriculture, regional economic development, the environment, and local and regional urban planning. She also sits on the agrifood committee of the Regional Conference of Elected Officers (RCE) as its president.
The mother of two daughters, Sylvie D’Amours is the vice-president of Chou-Bec Management, an agricultural company with two agro-tourism divisions: the Quebec Squash Center (Centre d’interprétation de la courge) and the Vents d’Ange Vineyard. In 2005, she was named businesswoman of the year for the Mille-Îles sector by the Quebec Business Women’s Network (RFAQ).
In 2007, Chou-Bec Management won the United Federation of Producers (UPA) prize in the Quebec Tourism Grands Prix competition (Agro-tourism and regional products category) for its interpretation centre. Sylvie D’Amours is a recognized role model in the development of Quebec’s food tourism industry. During the 2012 election, she ran for the Coalition Avenir Québec in the riding of Mirabel.
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