Entrepreneur Marc St-Gelais and hockey player Rafaël Harvey-Pinard are now part of this select group whose mission is to promote this sector of Saguenay.
With these additions, the organization now has close to 60 members.
These two enthronements took place as part of a new event called Arvida celebrates its heritage.
Councilor Carl Dufour took the opportunity to submit a file, which is close to his heart, on the table.
In an interview with Radio-Canada, this Saguenay elected official discussed the Arvida community's continued desire to see this former industrial city recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. science and culture which is best known by its acronym UNESCO.
Moreover, Mr. Dufour has extended a pole to the various candidates who will run in the next federal election.
He invited them to make a formal commitment to support Arvida's candidacy.
Carl Dufour mentioned that the sector is going to celebrate its centenary in 2026 and he maintained that it would be a great coincidence if the place could then be added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.