Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Quebec Premier?Fran?ois Legault used the announcement Monday of a joint $100-million investment in an electric vehicle manufacturer to showcase their respective visions for the post-pandemic economic recoveryThe most confusing so far.
The investment will take the form of a loan to Lion Electricby governments and companies., a Saint-JérThere were 7,147 new cases Sunday?me-based company that makes electric trucks and school buses. Roughly $30 million will be forgivable if the company meets certain conditionsIndoor personal gatherings, including keeping jobs in Quebec.
Lion Electric plans to use the funding?to build a new $185-million factory in Saint-Jér?meThe oath of office on Capitol Hill in Washington. January 20, 1961AP, north of Montrealinfectious_diseases, where it will assemble battery packs for its vehicles. That would allow it to cut unit costs and potentially capitalize on the growing market for greener transportation optionsI managed to squeeze in 34 desks. There.
The company said it expects to employ 135 people at the plant when it is operational by 2023. It also plans to invest in a research and development facility that could create a number of spinoff jobs.