As per the 2012-2013 Action Plan, the SADC Côte-Nord expects to provide a more comprehensive coverage of its vast region, which extends from Rivière-Pentecôte to Blanc-Sablon and includes Anticosti Island. To that end, the SADC will travel to the different communities to become more familiar with their socioeconomic development projects as well as their needs and the challenges they face. Since April 2012, the SADC has already made three visits. On June 20, the SADC visited the community of Port-Cartier and met with many of its socioeconomic partners. These encounters were very rewarding and allowed the SADC to become better acquainted with the municipality’s projects, both big and small. The SADC Côte-Nord also went to the Lower North Shore to visit the communities of Chevery and Harrington Harbour, which paved the way for further encounters with very passionate and dynamic people. Through these meetings, the SADC was able to achieve a firmer grasp of the issues confronted by these Lower North Shore municipalities on a daily basis. As a result, the SADC will be able to adapt its offer to better serve these communities. On July 10 and 11, certain communities in the western section of Minganie also received a visit from the SADC, namely, the municipalities of Rivière-au-Tonnerre, Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan and Havre-St-Pierre. The purpose of these visits was to allow the SADC to find out more about the impact of the Romaine project as well as the development projects underway in the communities located in western Minganie.