2020 Transit’s Show
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The 2020 Transit’s Show


Matiu and Dan Bigras will be featured on the stage of the Salle JMD for the first Transit Show in Sept-Îles on February 23, 2020. Doris Nadeau unveiled the details this morning.

The former director of the organization that fights against homelessness and social exclusion in Sept-Îles has taken up the winning formula of the Spring Lunch.




Several economic partners such as Pal Airline, Métal7, Mirka Boudreau of Int-Elle Corporation, Josée Leblanc of the Attikuss Complex and the Port of Sept-Îles will pay the bills. Tickets sold for $ 40 will benefit Transit Sept-Îles.

We are honored to welcome Mr. Dan Bigras, who is an iconic advocate for the rights of poor and street-involved people, and Matiu, an emerging Innu artist who is also known for his commitment to the cause. and for his community.

We invite you to take your tickets at the box office or on the site of the Jean-Marc Dion room. Do not wait, they leave quickly!