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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. 

Donnez au suivant at Sieur-de-Coulonge High School
Article published on 26 September 2017
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Between September 25 and October 1, Sieur-de-Coulonge High School will take part in an initiative, a television program broadcast on Canal Vie the Donnez au suivant contest, organized by Chantal Lacroix.

The goal of this contest is to do as many GOOD DEEDS as possible within a week, either by thanking a colleague from the school or helping with daily tasks at home. As part of the contest, ESSC created a chart with a wide range of activities to be carried out during the week for students, teachers and parents interested in participating. ESSC students have been granted permission to use cell phone in a limited fashion in order to post photos and videos of their good deeds online.

Among the activities of ESSC, is to gather all week, commodities, toys, clothing, books as well as other items with the aim of making a donation to BOUFFE PONTIAC this Friday, September 29.

Some 250 schools are participating in this initiative across the province. The winning school will be visited by the Donnez au suivant film crew on October 13th to be featured on TV.

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The PQ leader visits the Outaouais

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The Parti Québécois Leader and Member of the National Assembly for Rosemont Jean-François Lisée was in the Outaouais yesterday, for the annual meeting of the Union of Quebec Municipalities, held in Gatineau. CHIP 101.9 had the chance to talk with him to find out what he considers the big issues (...)

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CSHBO requests service offers for housekeeping

18 May 2018

The commission scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de l'Outaoauis is looking for a custodial services provider to clean at écoles Ste-Marie in Otter-Lake and école Saint-Nom-de-Marie in Lac-Ste-Marie for 2018-2019. The contract begins July 1st and will be renewable for two years on top of that. Interested (...)

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What to do in the Pontiac during the long weekend

18 May 2018

Jérémi Vaillancourt, from the MRC Pontiac, highlights activities in the region during the long weekend. For more information on these activities, please visit the Pontiac Tourism Facebook page. - News

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Meeting of the Mayors Council of the Pontiac MRC

18 May 2018

Last Tueaday was the monthly meeting of the Mayors of the MRC Pontiac in Campbell's Bay. This is the first meeting since January that had no members of the public attend. During the evening, the Pontiac MRC Warden, Jane Toller, announced that she will soon begin a tour through various places in (...)

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Closure of a PPJ Cycloparc Culvert

18 May 2018

A culvert on the PPJ Cycloparc will soon be barred by the MRC Pontiac because of a breakage. Repair Work was carried out last November. The repaired culvert did not last long, as it collapsed upon the arrival of milder weather. Considered a danger to cyclists, the MRC Pontiac took the (...)

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More than $ 8,000 to improve accessibility at the Patro

18 May 2018

Pontiac MP Will Amos was in the Pontiac on Tuesday to announce $ 8,450 in funding from the Accessibility Fund (APF) for the building of outdoor ramps to facilitate visitor with limited mobility during outdoor activities at Patro de Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield. The director of the Patro de (...)

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