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The Mechanical Insulators Labor Management Cooperative Trust (LMCT) is looking to aid in information available to elected officials, Insulators Union Locals and members, contractors and the general public in Quebec.

Some of the information on this page may be outdated with the coronavirus global pandemic. Please contact any member of the Mechanical Insulators LMCT with any questions.

On this page, you will find information related to specific legislation that deals with mechanical insulation and labor, political candidate gifting guidelines and information for the province's elected officials.

Quebec's capitol resides in Quebec City.

The National Assembly of Quebec has 125 members. They are referred to as MNA’s, Members of the National Assembly. They serve for four year term. The requirements are minimal. You must be a citizen of Canada and a resident of Quebec for at least six months.

Quebec has committed to being a North American leader in renewable energy and energy efficiency by 2030. The government has outlined certain targets they seek to achieve by 2030:

  • Enhancing energy efficiency by 15%
  • Reducing the amount of petroleum products consumed by 40%
  • Eliminating the use of thermal coal
  • Increasing overall renewable energy output by 25%
  • Increasing bioenergy production by 50%

The government’s 2013-2020 Climate Change Action Climate Change Action included energy efficiency measures. In mid-2018, Energy Transitions Quebec, an agency under the province's Energy and Natural Resources Ministry, released a plan to establish energy efficiency as a priority resource (the 2018 - 2023 energy transition, innovation and efficiency master plan).

Major programs in Quebec include:

  • ÉcoPerformance: seeks to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions of businesses by funding projects or measures linked to the improvement of processes related to the consumption and production of energy. It is available to businesses, institutions and municipalities that consume fossil fuels or use processes that generate fugitive GHG emissions to enable them to make the transition to reducing emissions.
  • >Hydro Quebec’s Efficient Solutions Program: businesses and institutions who are beginning a renovation project, planning a new building or plant, etc. may receive financial assistance equal to as much as 75% of eligible costs.
  • Hydro Quebec’s Electricity Systems Management Program: program to help businesses develop a better understanding of their building electricity use and the efficiency of their processes, systems and equipment. Also helps businesses with ongoing identification of the potential areas of improvement in their systems.

  • Énergir’s Energy-Efficient Renovations Grant: aimed at encouraging renovations that will improve the thermal envelope of buildings to make them more energy efficient. It offers financial assistance for energy efficient work on the building envelope, such as: replacing the windows, insulating the walls, insulating the roof, sealing the building, etc.

  • Énergir’s New Efficient Construction Grant: aimed at encouraging the construction of energy efficient buildings that will reduce their operating expenses and increase their resale value.

  • Novoclimat - Large Multi-Unit Buildings: an initiative that allows Quebec builders to increase the energy efficiency of their commercial establishments by building to the Novoclimat technical standards. This Program applies to buildings of over 600 m2 with up to 10 storeys; and duplexes, triplexes and quadruplexes, as well as multiple-unit buildings of three or fewer storeys and 600 m2 and less, using electricity, natural gas, or residual forest biomass as the main energy source for heating. 

  • Novoclimat - Small Multiple-Unit Buildings: This Program offers financial assistance to duplexes, triplexes and quadruplexes as well as multiple-unit buildings of three or fewer stories and 600 m2 and less. The dwelling must be built by a contractor who has obtained Novoclimat certification and used as the main energy source for heating electricity, natural gas, or residual forest biomass. The building must be newly built or undergoing major renovation and must offer energy performance that exceeds the norms in effect.

For further information on the Quebec Legislature or to find your elected officials, click here.


La Fiducie coopérative de gestion du travail des isolateurs mécaniques (LMCT) cherche à fournir de l'information aux élus, aux sections locales et aux membres du syndicat des isolateurs, aux entrepreneurs et au grand public au Québec.

Certaines des informations sur cette page peuvent être obsolètes avec la pandémie mondiale de coronavirus. Veuillez contacter n'importe quel membre des isolateurs mécaniques LMCT pour toute question.

Sur cette page, vous trouverez des informations relatives à la législation spécifique qui traite de l'isolation mécanique et de la main-d'œuvre, des lignes directrices sur les dons des candidats politiques et des informations destinées aux élus de la province.

La capitale du Québec réside à Québec.

L'Assemblée nationale du Québec compte 125 membres. Ils sont appelés députés, membres de l’Assemblée nationale. Ils servent pour un mandat de quatre ans. Les exigences sont minimes. Vous devez être citoyen canadien et résident du Québec depuis au moins six mois.

Pour plus d'informations sur la legislature Quebecoise ou pour trouver vos officiels elus, Cliquex ici.