"KWREC represents our Cree-Inuit partnership in the development, construction, ownership and maintenance of the Whapmagoostui-Kuujjuaraapik Hybrid Power Plant (WKHPPP), a renewable energy component to Hydro-Quebec Distribution (HQD)’s diesel power plant that currently serves our community"
Matthew Mukash - President
The Whapmagoostui-Kuujjuarapik Hybrid Power Plant Project (WKHPPP), developed since 2011 with the collaboration of both sides of our community, will allow our twin communities to come together and collectively work toward promoting social and economic development of our twin communities, at the same time, ensuring the protection of the environment. This is important for us since both Cree and Inuit cultures and way of life are land-based.
Anthony G Ittosha - Vice-President

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Contact us:

Whapmagoostui Office:
P.O. Box 579
Whapmagoostui, Québec
J0M 1G0

P: 819.929.3718

Montreal Office:
1889 Chemin du Village, Saint-Adolphe-d’Howard, QC, J0T 2B0
P: 514.736.0555
F: 514.670.8119

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