Explore Le Devoir’s special issue highlighting Quebec’s booming aerospace industry (available only in French).
Despite the challenges of the pandemic, the Montreal region remains the third most significant aerospace center in the world. This feature reveals the dynamics of this vibrant cluster in which the CRIAQ plays a crucial role and addresses current issues: labor shortages and the essential ecological shift. Le Devoir also highlights the crucial role played by our Consortium for Research and Innovation in Aerospace in Québec in promoting resilient and sustainable air mobility. In partnership with key players in the aerospace industry, the CRIAQ actively works to propel Quebec and Canada to new heights in this critical field. Through collaborative research, technological innovation, and a commitment to sustainability, the CRIAQ helps shape the future of aerospace while fostering air mobility solutions that address current and future challenges, thereby becoming a key player in the pursuit of aerospace excellence in Quebec and Canada.
The CRIAQ’s ‘Roadmap 2035’ is designed to mobilize the entire ecosystem towards a crucial objective: carbon neutrality by 2050. ‘2050 is the ultimate goal, but to mobilize the ecosystem right now, we set an interim target for 2035. The race is on.’ Alain Aubertin, EO of CRIAQ