Floods 2019
2019 floods press release by the MRC Pontiac
Article published on 7 June 2019
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Yesterday, Thursday June 6th, the MRC Pontiac issued a press release regarding the Ministry of Public Security (MSP) opening two temporary offices, for individual meetings with flood victims, in the municipality of Waltham and the municipality of Pontiac as reported by CHIP. The MRC Pontiac’s Strategic Communications Advisor, Jérémi Vaillancourt, in an interview with CHIP, gave more details about the press release.

The press release was issued following the most recent meeting of the Mayors, May 15th, where a request was also made by the MRC Pontiac to the MSP for an additional information session to be held in English only. Once again, Jeremi Vaillancourt ;

The full interview with Jeremi Vaillancourt is available here.

Ministère de la Sécurité publique – informations importantes pour les sinistrés

Séance d’information :
Centre communautaire de Luskville (2024, route 148) – Lundi 10 juin
français à 19h et anglais à 20h

Emplacements et horaires des bureaux
- Centre communautaire de Luskville (2024, route 148) – Mardi 11 juin et mercredi 12 juin
Dès 8h30
- Salle municipale de Waltham (69, rue de l’Hôtel de ville) – Mercredi 26 juin et jeudi 27 juin
Dès 9h

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