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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. 

Companies are asked to be vigilant when it comes to fraud
Article published on 7 November 2017
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The Sûreté du Québec wishes to warn the public against a scam that may be active the Pontiac. An emerging ploy in Quebec that targets small and medium-sized businesses. To date, thousands of dollars have been transferred outside of Canada.

Scammers first establish trade between a Quebec company and a supplier located outside the country. The latter tracks data not only of the transactions, but also the links between the individuals.
When the criminals have enough information about the two companies, the fraudster impersonates the supplier and asks by email that the Quebec business makes bank payment to an account other than the one usually used for the same type of payment. The company, convinced that they are doing business with the supplier, proceeds to make the payment and electronically authorizes the bank transfer.

The Sûreté du Québec in the Pontiac are asking businesses to raise awareness and establish internal security policies and practices for people with access to funds to limit the communication of information about the organizational structure within the business, the communication of individual information available on the business’ website and social media. Victims are also encouraged to file a complaint with your local police service;

For more information on the prevention of fraud, the public is invited to visit the Sûreté du Québec’s Web site at www.sq.gouv.qc.ca and to consult the website of the Canadian Anti-Fraud Center.

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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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Hemodialysis in Shawville: Pontiac residents question

18 January 2018

As announced last June by Pontiac MNA André Fortin and the Minister of Health and Social Services of Quebec, Gaétan Barrette, a satellite hemodialysis unit will open in the Shawville hospital. Although the date of implementation of this unit has not been specified, some residents of the Pontiac (...)

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Family Literacy Program at Les l'Établissement des Petits-Ponts

18 January 2018

A family literacy program is set to start at l'Établissement des Petits-Ponts. Eight reading and writing workshops in a french environment are offered to English parents with children aged 3 to 5 in french schools in different communities. One of the organizers, France Lavoie, tells us more (...)

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Pontiac Snowmobile Association: The trail network is closed until further notice

18 January 2018

The Pontiac snowmobile association has indicated on its website that the Snowmobile trail network is closed until further notice. Area land owners have asked for the closure to prevent damage to their property. This decision was taken as a precaution after the mild weather that hit the area (...)

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Financial assistance for the Pontiac Quad Club and the Penguin Snowmobile Club

17 January 2018

The minister of transportation Pontiac MNA André Fortin has awarded $ 264,000 to the Pontiac Quad Club and the Penguin Snowmobile Club, which maintains the snowmobile and ATV trails in the area. André Fortin says that the reason the amount was higher than last year is to fund specific projects: (...)

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