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Article published on 19 January 2017
last modification on 19 September 2022
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You want to gain experience in a radio station?
Join the ranks of volunteers for CHIP 101.9!
Contact us directly by phone at 819-683-3155 to find out what to do. 


Placing an announcement on the CHIP Flea Market is free for membership card holders.
Membership cards sell for $10.00 and for more information, please contact us at 1-819-683-3155 or toll free at 1-888-775-3155 .
You can also send your announcements or event by email; marieg chipfm.com.
Your announcement will be aired for a period of 2 weeks at a time only.

 For Sale

Lot for sale

Located at 3, ch. du Bord de l’eau and measuring 218 ft by 66 ft, this land has access to sewer and electricity.

To make your offer, contact Octave Grenier at (819) 683-2635

Summer tires for sale

205-55-R16 on rims

Asking $150

For more information call (819) 689-2370

Rims for sale

15 inches – 5 holes

For Toyota, Mazda or Nissan
Like new

$75 for the four rims

For more information, contact Réal Groulx at (819) 683-2088

 To Give Away


Looking for any information on a golf bag lost on Thursday, August 18, 2022 in front of the Catholic Church in Fort-Coulonge.

The bag is red and black, with a Ping driver 8.5, Calloway 3 and 5 wood, Nike 5 and 7 hybrids, TaylorMade irons (8), Ping putter and a black chipper.

Reward offered for the return of this bag and contents.

If found, please contact Jacques Mousseau
at (819) 230-1443


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