The start of the construction of the future intermediate distribution room expected in Sherbrooke could well be Wednesday.
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of International Development and Francophonie and Member of Parliament for Compton-Stanstead, will make an announcement on the creation of a new cultural venue on behalf of Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage.
The announcement will be made at the Jean-Besré Center for the Performing Arts in the afternoon.
In an interview with La Tribune recently, Bibeau confessed that the file was “going well”, adding that she was confident that it would unblock soon.
The staff of her office were in communication with, among others, the Department of Canadian Heritage, “she said, suggesting that something was imminent.
In mid-May, it was learned that Minister of Culture and Communications Luc Fortin officially announced $ 4 million in funding from the Government of Quebec for the construction of a 300-seat theater Intended for a young audience.
Cultural figures called this announcement in Quebec a determining factor in the evolution of the file. All that was missing was the federal commitment, through Heritage Canada