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Regional UPA federation inaugurates new building

The Fédération de l’UPA de la Montérégie inaugurated its new building on January 25, during a brief ceremony including the organization’s directors, local dignitaries, partners, suppliers, and staff.

The new building consolidates the services offered to agricultural producers in the Montérégie-Ouest, such as human resources management, worker recruitment, health and safety and training, as well as accounting and taxation services in collaboration with SCF Conseils Montérégie.

Regional president Jérémie Letellier presented the new building, which he describes as spacious, bright, and modern.


Yves Boyer the prefect of the MRC des Jardins de Napierville and mayor of Saint Patrice de Sherrington joined Sylvie Gagnon Breton the deputy prefect and mayor of Saint Rémi as well as Jérémie Letellier the president of the Fédération de lUPA de la Montérégie Paul Doyon 1st vice president of the Union des producteurs agricoles and Catherine Machado regional director of the Fédération de lUPA de la Montérégie during the inauguration of the UPAs new Montérégie Ouest offices PHOTO Fédération de lUPA de la Montérégie


The project represents a $3 million investment. Construction began in October 2022, when the previous building, located on the same lot, was demolished to make way for a parking area. Around 45 employees moved into the new building in September 2023. (SR)

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