Côte-Nord: outfitters are still suffering from health measures

The 2022 season will not go down in history, according to the outfitters of the North Shore, since the sanitary measures implemented last year in the region continue to have negative effects on the owners of these establishments.

Côte-Nord: outfitters are still suffering from health measures

The 2022 season will not go down in history, according to the outfitters of the North Shore, since the sanitary measures implemented last year in the region continue to have negative effects on the owners of these establishments.

The response from fishermen is different whether you are in Tadoussac or the Lower North Shore this year.

And since the start of the season, the families who usually rented chalets for the summer holidays have not been there.

According to the president of the association, Charles Pinard, the rise in the price of gasoline and inflation may explain the situation.

But the decision of Public Health Côte-Nord to close the region in May 2021 still does not pass with the Association des pourvoiries, since all the other regions of the province could accommodate fishermen and vacationers, except the Côte-Nord. .

The regulars did not return this year, according to the association.

Part of the solution must now go through elected municipal officials, according to the outfitters. They must become ambassadors of the region and the hinterland, argued Charles Pinard.

The Association des pourvoiries de la Côte-Nord represents 55 members for economic spinoffs of $40 million this year. Nearly 500 full-time jobs are linked to this economy.

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