BUSINESSES FOR SALE
Business built in 1954.
216 Rue Principale, Mansfield-et-Pontefract, QC, J0X 1R0
950 000 $ + TPS/TVQ
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Well established business for over 100 years. Bretzlaff store also known as 4 Saisons.
Timberland Tours is located in Bristol QC, only 45 minutes from downtown Ottawa.
36 Ragged Chute, Bristol (QC) J0X 1G0
Contact: Denis Rozon, Owner & Operator
Our multidisciplinary development team forges links with the municipalities, the business community and economic and community developers. It is responsible for the development of regional infrastructures and investment projects within the territory of the MRC Pontiac.
The team offers support services to municipalities, organizations, and promoters to define, develop and identify financing for projects. For any questions related to rural and economic development, please contact a member of our team.
Cyndy Phillips, Director of Economic Development
819-648-5689 ext. 134
Claudee Galipeau, Commissioner for Economic Development
819-648-5689 ext. 129
Chakib Ahmimed, Commissioner for Economic Development
819-648-5689 ext. 304
Chantal Lair, Tourism Marketing Commissioner
819-648-5689 ext. 126
Sabrina Ayres, Commissioner for Economic Development
819-648-5689 ext. 124
ASSISTANCE AND SUPPORT – START-UP PROJECTS, SUCCESSION AND EXPANSION :
- Meet the SADC Pontiac’s business advisors
- Meet the MRC Pontiac’s economic development advisors
- Discover Services Québec’s business services
- Contact the Pontiac Chamber of Commerce
- The Outaouais Entrepreneurship Centre Multiply your chances of success in business
- Access export consulting with Export Outaouais
A convincing tax credit
In the Pontiac, new graduates’ benefit from a tax credit ranging from $8,000 to $10,000.
- By choosing to settle and work in the Pontiac, you may be entitled to a tax credit for new graduates working in a remote resource region, ranging from $8,000 to $10,000, if you meet certain conditions.
- The Pontiac is on the list of remote resource regions.
- Completing the Tax Credit for New Graduates Working in a Remote Resource Region – This form is for any individual who wants to claim, on line 392 of his or her income tax return, the tax credit for new graduates working in a remote resource region.
FUNDING, LOANS AND FINANCING PROGRAMMES
- Business Loans – SADC Pontiac CFDC Invests in your Business
- Young Entrepreneur Loans – Supports entrepreneurs between the ages of 18 and 39
- Renovation Loans – Supports retail or tourism businesses
- Local Investment Fund (FLI/FLS) – Entrepreneurship support – Regular/youth/social economy
- Regions and Rurality Fund (FRR) – Investment projects that improve living environments
Many people in the Pontiac are building lives in the world of agri-food. Contact us and we will be able to refer you to the right place, inform you of the programs and tools available and accompany you.
The MRC Pontiac has a development plan for the agricultural area (PDZA) and works with several partners who will be able to accompany you no matter what your project may be.
IF YOU ARE IN THIS SITUATION:
- I am an entrepreneur, or a newcomer and I want to acquire a farm in the Pontiac;
- I have a food processing project in the agri-food sector;
- I am looking to learn more about Pontiac agriculture or to join an existing project;
- I wish to rent farmland in the Pontiac;
- I wish to transfer my farm business;
- I am looking for a successor for my farm business.
Contact one of our agricultural commissioners for more information and assistance.