BUY LOCAL- CONSULT THE NEW INTERACTIVE CARD
In order to promote local businesses, stores and organizations that provide essential services on the territory, Longueuil has created an easy-to-use interactive map that allows you to quickly find the products and services you need during the coronavirus pandemic.
Consult it regularly here
BUY LOCAL- PROMOTE YOUR BUSINESS
Ville de Longueuil encourages local businesses, stores and organizations that remain open to post and update their information on the interactive city map, in order to promote their essential services in real time during the coronavirus pandemic.
Simply fill out the online form and update the information about your service offer on a regular basis. In order to update the card information, just click directly on the business to modify, a pencil will appear at the bottom of the screen.
Fill out the form here
The information will appear instantly on the interactive map available on Ville de Longueuil's website here.
LONGUEUIL PUBLIC MARKET
For the time being, the Longueuil Public Market remains open for grocery shopping and is complying with all government-issued safety standards.
Products available include:
- Fruit and vegetables
- Fresh sausages
- Takeout coffee, coffee beans, specialty teas
- Baked goods
- Ready-made, vacuum-packed and frozen meals to take out and enjoy at home
- Selection of fast food vendors (Mexican, Lebanese, Asian and deli-style food)
A few businesses also offer delivery service.
For more information: Marché public de Longueuil
On April 6, the Québec government launched a non-profit organization, Le Panier Bleu, aimed at supporting Québec-based businesses by stimulating sales, raising public awareness about the importance of buying local, and promoting best health practices amidst the current COVID-19 pandemic. The new, non-transactional online platform will serve as a directory of Québec retailers and their products. Starting today, consumers can sign up for free at LePanierBleu.ca to access a map of participating businesses and a search tool to help them find local products and businesses.
J'ACHÈTE BLEU CAMPAIGN
The Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec (FCCQ) today launched the J'achète bleu campaign to support the provincial economy and Quebec-based businesses operating online. This is in response to Premier François Legault's call for people to buy local in order to offset the economic repercussions of the COVID-19 crisis.
For more information: J'achète Bleu
Last update: April 16, 1:40 p.m.