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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. 

Closure of Aquafolie Beach, Camp des Voyageurs Tim Horton and Cedar Beach
Article published on 25 August 2017
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The Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and Climate Change advises the public that it has agreed with the Municipality of Pontiac and the City of Gatineau to prohibit access to Aquafolie Beach, Camp des Voyageurs Tim Horton as well as access to the Cedars beach due to a high bacteriological contamination.

The results of the analysis of the samples taken on 21 August 2017 showed that the swimming waters of these beaches did not comply with the bacteriological quality standards of the Ministry. Indeed, the two beaches along the Ottawa River both obtained a bacteriological classification of D, meaning that the water is considered “polluted”.

The public needs to refrain from swimming at these beaches until the advisory is lifted by the Department.

In order to know the bacteriological quality of beach water of the beaches eligible for the Environment-Plage program, consult the website of the Ministry. You can also call the regional headquarters of the Center de contrôle environnemental du Québec at 819-772-3434, from Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Here is a link to loop up the state of the various beaches of the Outaouais: http://www.mddelcc.gouv.qc.ca/programmes/env-plage/liste_plage.asp?region=07

Les Nouvelles du Pontiac

New fund for businesses in the region

19 January 2018

Yesterday, at agriculture related news conference, the SADC Pontiac announced new funding for local businesses, more details are to come in the future. - News / Economy, Environment, politique, 2018

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Fifteen citizens show up to the First council of the Pontiac MRC in 2018

19 January 2018

15 people from within the Pontiac attend the first 2018 MRC's mayors' meeting, which was held at 6:30 pm last Wednesday. Some of the citizens took the opportunity to address certain topics, touching on healthcare and the forest industry. The Pontiac Artists' Association, the Pontiac Social (...)

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Phare Ouest Cinema Nights presents: “L'empreinte”

19 January 2018

The Phare Ouest Cinema Nights will be presenting their first film for 2018 with the screening of L'empreinte, a documentary on Quebec's identity on Wednesday, January 24th. Louis Harvey, from the organization Phare Ouest, says that the film looks at how we got where we are as a society in (...)

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More than 15 new resources in CSHBO schools

19 January 2018

More than 15 new resources will be added to the commission scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de-l'Outaouais by the end of this school year. These new resources, announced Thursday by the Ministry of Education, Recreation and Sports, are designed to meet the needs of the school for teachers, (...)

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Davidson Fire

18 January 2018

CHIP 101.9 received additional information regarding the Tuesday afternoon fire at a Davidson residence on Thomas Lefebvre Street in Mansfield. The building suffered significant damage. on Tuesday Mansfield and Fort-Coulonge firefighters, were quickly dispatched to the scene. They were aided by (...)

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Entrepreneur Profile in the MRC Pontiac

18 January 2018

On January 11, the Pontiac SADC and the Pontiac MRC presented the results of a survey to assess the profile of entrepreneurs in the region. The study, commissioned by the SADC, the MRC of Pontiac and Emploi Québec and conducted by the firm Zins Beauchesne et associés, created a regional profile (...)

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