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CHIP FM aussi connut sous le nom Radio Communautaire de Pontiac a été enregistrée en tant qu’organisme à but non lucratif en juin 1978. La première diffusion en ondes a eut lieu le 1er mars 1981. 

$ 8 million for the fight against invasive plants
Article published on 19 July 2018
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An amount of $ 8 million has been set aside by the Government of Quebec’s Economic Plan for 2018, for the protection of ecosystems and biodiversity and to help fight against invasive plant species.

A total grant of $ 6.25 million over five years is allocated to the Quebec Wildlife Foundation to organize the Program for the Control of Invasive Plants Species.

The Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change (MDDELCC) will also invest approximately $ 1.75 million for researching these plants while developing support tools for stakeholders who fight against them.

The program plans to provide financial support to organizations that are promoting to stop invasive plant initiatives that threaten the integrity of our natural environments ecological interest. It will also fund awareness projects to prevent or limit the introduction and spread of such plants and to promote their management through sustainable interventions. Initiatives that are supported may be local, regional or national in scope.

In Quebec, 887 plant species have been introduced and are now naturalized, accounting for 30% of the flora. Of these species, 87 are considered to be harmful to the environment, the economy or society. Examples of invasive plants that affect natural environments and biodiversity the most include Japanese Knotweed, Common Reed, Eurasian Watermilfoil and Water Chestnut.

You can find more information via the Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change website at http://www.mddelcc.gouv.qc.ca/biodiversite/especes-exotiques-envahissants/index.asp

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La Plume Étudiante de l'Outaouais publishes its January 2019 issue

18 January 2019

A student from Sieur-de-Coulonge High School, Malika Tellier-Massy, published a text on page 10 of the January edition of La Plume Étudiante de l'Outaouais (January 16th). The project, formerly known as L'Étudiant Outaouais, has been preparing a new generation of journalists in the region for (...)

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Senior Comets Hockey: two games this weekend

18 January 2019

The Comets of Pontiac will have a busy weekend with two games in two days. Saturday, January 19th, they will be at the Leisure Center Draveurs to face the Montagnards Mont-Laurier from 8pm. Sunday, they will be in Vaudreuil to play against the Titans, from 5pm. The calendar of games played by (...)

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Meeting of the mayors of the MRC Pontiac: summary

18 January 2019

Several topics were discussed at this first meeting of the Mayors of the MRC in 2019, last night (Wednesday) in Campbell's Bay. Here is a summary of the evening: The MRC Pontiac Youth Council was discussed, the first meeting will take place on Monday, January 21st. This initiative by warden (...)

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Jérémi Vaillancourt will be a new strategic advisor in communication

18 January 2019

The MRC Pontiac announced Wednesday that the tourism Marketing commissioner, Jérémi Vaillancourt, has officially been confirmed as the MRC's new Strategic Communication Advisor. In the view in CHIP 101.9, it was the first day. Vaillancourt was replacing Chantal Lair as Tourism Marketing (...)

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New Companion Positions for Alzheimer patients in the Pontiac

18 January 2019

The Outaouais Alzheimer Society(SAO) is looking fill a minimum of two Alzheimer patient companion positions here in the Pontiac. The family councillor at the SAO, Maude Villeneuve-Legros, told CHIP in an interview why these positions are important for Pontiac residents with Alzheimer and their (...)

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An electric vehicle soon available to the community

16 January 2019

In the coming weeks, the MRC Pontiac will be purchasing an electric car to take part in the project of Système d'autopartage avec véhicule électrique en région (SAUVéR 2). Johanne Ouellet is the YHC Environment Business Development Manager, who coordinates the project: This is the second project of (...)

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