Two years ago, the federal government introduced a new maple product: maple syrup.
In the past, Canada imported the syrup, but it is now imported through a new facility in Quebec.
This plant, known as the Maple Syrup and Maple Leaf Canada, is set to begin producing the maple syrup next month.
In Quebec, the facility has the highest percentage of Quebecers working in the sugar industry, according to data from the Canadian Sugar Association.
But it’s not the only Quebec facility to produce maple syrup; the province is also a hub for the production of other sugars.
A new plant will create jobs The Quebec facility is the latest in a string of new facilities that have opened in recent years.
The federal government created a new plant in 2012 that was the first in the country to import maple syrup, with a capacity of 100,000 litres per day.
The facility has produced 1.3 million litres of maple syrup since it opened.
But there are also other Quebec plants that are working on producing maple syrup with higher capacity.
The first Quebec facility opened in 2017.
The Quebec maple syrup company is not the largest producer in Quebec, but the facility’s capacity is enough to meet the needs of the province’s roughly 40,000 sugar producers.
The new Quebec facility will produce about 7 million litres annually.
The plant’s production will be exported to Canada, as well as to markets such as the U.S. and Europe.
“We’ve done a very good job in the last five years of expanding our capacity,” said Jacques Duclos, the Quebec president of the Canadian Association of Sugar Producers.
“It’s not only the capacity that has been very, very successful, but also the quality, that we’ve seen very good progress with.
It’s very satisfying for us.”
A Quebec plant has already surpassed Canada’s capacity of 1.7 million litres.
In 2017, the company produced nearly 15 million litres and exported it to the U: the U S. and Canada.
Quebecers can get their hands on maple syrup for free, but there are restrictions on how they can use it.
Some provinces restrict use of the syrup to make beverages, and some restrict it to food.
A Quebec maple plant is a step closer to meeting Quebec’s maple needs More than half of Quebec’s sugar producers are located in Quebec’s most populated province.
The province has the second highest percentage in the U., after Newfoundland and Labrador.
But that’s not all Quebecers are getting.
According to Statistics Canada, about 30 per cent of the population in Quebec is either Canadian or French-Canadian.
The population density in Quebec means that many Quebecers don’t speak French.
In addition, many people speak English as their second language.
And in Quebec City, more than two-thirds of the residents speak English, French or some other language.
The maple syrup boom means more jobs in Quebec The new plant means that Quebecers who work in the maple industry are going to get more work, said Ducles.
That’s because Quebecers produce about one-fifth of the world’s maple trees.
In recent years, the province has invested in maple syrup plants in the area, which includes a new one that was opened last year.
That plant is expected to produce between 300,000 and 350,000 tonnes of maple a year.
Quebec has also created an online recruitment platform for people looking for work.
Duclons says the plant’s opening is a big step forward for the province, which is struggling to meet its maple production needs.
“This is a very important project for the future of our maple industry,” said DuClos.
“When you’re talking about this new facility, there are a lot of jobs for people to be created.”
The Quebec project is part of a larger effort to expand Quebec’s industry, which has been in decline since the end of the Great Recession.
DuCles says Quebec is going to have to continue to make the transition from sugar to other sugars in the future.
“The industry is going through a transition,” he said.
“So, we are very focused on the long term.”