Suppliers

In accordance with the Charter of the French language (RSQ c.C-11-A), this section has been translated into English in order to provide Suppliers not established in Québec with information that is essential to our business relationship. All other business sections are available in French.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

In the event of a work stoppage at Canada Post

  • We encourage you to sign up to have your invoices paid through direct deposit. Visit Register for direct deposit or modify bank information, in the Invoicing and payment section of our website.
  • E-mail your invoice to Comptes fournisseurs according to the instructions at Issuing an invoice to Hydro-Québec, in the Invoicing and payment section.

Cannabis and work: rules to follow

Hydro-Québec's suppliers and their sub-contractors must all undertake to promote a drug- and alcohol-free work environment and comply with the Hydro-Québec Supplier Code of Conduct.

Consult the Supplier Code of Conduct

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Our health and safety requirements and practices for requests for proposals (RFPs) and contracts have changed. Please consult them.

We believe that no economic incentive justifies endangering the health and lives of our employees and suppliers. As a result, we are making a concerted effort to improve workplace health and safety and aim on setting the standard in this field.

Rest assured that you can count on our cooperation for the implementation of these new practices.

Changes and important reminders...

...for suppliers of Hydro-Québec and Société d'énergie de la Baie-James (SEBJ) to ensure that your invoices are processed efficiently.

Integrity in Public Contracts Act

Since November 2nd, 2015, the threshold for public services contracts and subcontracts for which enterprises have to obtain a prior authorization from the Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF) decreased from $5 million to $1 million. Note that the reduced threshold is only applied to service contracts. Therefore, construction contracts have not been affected and their threshold is set at $5 million. The calculation of these applicable thresholds includes the amount of the expenditure that would be incurred if all renewal options were exercised.

For more information, please visit the AMF Web site at the following address: http://www.lautorite.qc.ca/en/public-contracts.html

Trade agreements

Hydro-Québec is subject to the public procurement rules of:

  • Ontario-Québec Trade and Cooperation Agreement (OQTCA), since September 1st 2016,
  • The Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA), since July 1st 2017
  • The Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, since September 21, 2017

Find out more about trade agreements [In French only]

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