MNA Isabelle Charest supports 9 organizations contributing to water preservation in Brome-Missisquoi

Press release, June 28, 2023 – The MNA for Brome-Missisquoi and Minister responsible for Sport, Recreation and Outdoors, Isabelle Charest, is offering financial support totalling $9,000 from her discretionary budget for the Volunteer Support Program to nine organizations whose mission contributes to water preservation in her riding.

At the same time, Ms. Charest highlights Water Month, and recognizes the important work of these organizations, whose activities help to raise awareness educate the public and promote good water management practices.

“Brome-Missisquoi’s citizens are well aware of their attachment to their natural environment. Our springs and bodies of water are part of the richness and beauty of this environment. Water Month is the perfect time to reflect on all the things we do to preserve it, and I’m proud to contribute to it by support the efforts of our organizations working to preserve this priceless resource.”

Isabelle Charest, Minister responsible for Sport, Recreation and Outdoors and MNA for

Supported organizations:

  • Association pour la Protection de l’Environnement du Lac Selby (APELS)
  • Comité de sauvegarde du Bassin versant du lac Davignon (CSBVLD)
  • Conservation Lac Brome
  • L’Organisme de bassin versant de la Yamaska (OBV Yamaska)
  • Organisme de Bassin Versant de la Baie Missisquoi (OBVBM)
  • Fondation pour la Sauvegarde des Écosystèmes du Territoire de la Haute-Yamaska
  • (SETHY)
  • Action Lac Waterloo
  • Action Conservation du Bassin Versant du Lac Bromont (ACBVLB)
  • Conservation Baie Missisquoi (CBM)


  • In 2017, as part of the adoption of the Act affirming the collective nature of water resources resources and promoting better governance of water and associated and associated environments, the Quebec government proclaimed June “Water Month” to raise awareness and educate Quebecers about water and its issues. water and its issues.
    Water Month – Everything you need to know about this year’s event ( (in French only)
  • The provincial electoral district of Brome-Missisquoi is made up of the municipalities of the Brome-Missisquoi MRC, as well as the municipalities of Waterloo, Warden, Shefford and St-Alphonse-de-Granby, located in the Haute-Yamaska MRC.
  • The Soutien à l’action bénévole program enables the MNA to support local involvement and the community, recreational and sports activities of non-profit organizations in the community.

Consult the press release

Source :
Maryse Dubois, Press Officer
Office of the MNA for Brome-Missisquoi
450 266-7410
[email protected]