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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. 

Fire risk rises as vacation season gets hot
Article published on 20 July 2018
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Due to the increase in visitors to the forest with to the start of the vacation season, as well as warm temperatures and low precipitation in the forecast, the Society for the Protection of Forests Against Fire (SOPFEU) is preparing to see a rise in fires started by people. SOPFEU therefore emphasizes the importance of the cooperation of the public during this period.
The fire risks will increase over the weekend to a very high, if not extreme level in most of the province. Under these circumstances, SOPFEU recommends:
- use fireplaces fitted with a spark screens,
- use marked trails during ATV rides,
- not to smoke in the forest,
- to refrain from burning waste,
- avoid lighting fireworks near wooded areas.

For several weeks, SOPFEU’s teams, along with partners from across Canada and the United States, have been mobilized to control the many fires ignited by lightning in the province. Vigilance and caution must be at the ready to prevent new fires from being added to the list of active fires.

Since the beginning of the season, 427 fires have burned 28,404 hectares of forest in an intensive protection zone. In comparison, the average of the last ten years up to this time of the season is 301 fires impacting an area of 33 958 hectares.

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Québec Solidaire Candidate Julia Wilkie

15 August 2018

Quebec Solidaire has chosen Julia Wilkie to represent the Pontiac in the Quebec Provincial elections on October 01. Julia Wilkie, from Aylmer, spoke with CHIP 101,9 about the party's platform that she will be promoting over the course of her campaign that should start next week: The full (...)

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Open letter in the Pontiac Journal

15 August 2018

An open letter was written in the latest edition of the Pontiac Journal, published on August 14, by the New Democratic Party of Quebec (the NDPQ) called '' Des obstacles réels à la participation politique'' The real obstacles to political participation. In the letter the NDPQ said that a few (...)

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New director general at the municipality of l'Ile-du-grand-Calumet

15 August 2018

The municipality of l'Ile du Grand Calumet has had new director general for the past few weeks. The Mayor of the municipality Serge Gauthier told CHIP that Sabrina Larivière is the perfect fit for the position: The Municipality contacted the Federation of Quebec municipalities last spring to (...)

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A series of cultural activities on Ile-du-Grand-Calumet

15 August 2018

During the municipal meeting of Ile-du-Grand-Calumet Monday evening, Councillor James Azola unveiled the cultural and artistic activities that will take place in the coming weeks. James Azola: - News / politique

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Junior Hockey team in Shawville

15 August 2018

A new junior development hockey team will be establishing in the municipality of Shawville called the Shawville Express for the upcoming season. One of the managers of the league, Eric Gauthier, told CHIP's own Eric O'Brien why the league decided to create a team in the Pontiac: Tryouts open (...)

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MRC Pontiac meeting tonight

15 August 2018

The 18 mayors of the MRC Pontiac will have their August meeting tonight at 6:30pm at MRC in Campbell's Bay. The meeting is open to the public who will learn about the most recent developments of the MRC. The meeting will be held in the Elsie Gibbons room. - News / (...)

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