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Article published on 19 January 2017
last modification on 14 September 2020
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 For Sale

• Small house for sale in Davidson. 2 bedrooms. Big backyard. Price to discuss, best offer will be accepted. For more information, contact Lynn Bertrand; 819-683-2588

• Block apartment for sale in Davidson, 4 apartments all 2 bedrooms. Price to discuss. For information, contact Lynn Bertrand at 819-683-2588

• Duplex for sale, located at 522 Rue Baume, Fort-Coulonge. Low price for fast sale! Contact Nathalie at 819-683-2633 for more details.

• Land for sale in Fort-Coulonge with services. 819-683-5623

• Duplex for sale in Otter Lake. For more info, please call 819-918-3820

• For sale, mixed Schnauzer / Lhasa Apso puppies, 6 weeks old. Contact 819-648-2316 or 819-648-5404
(Sep 28)

• Are you going to an apartment? Get your furniture all at once! furniture, bedding, dishes, and much more! Contact 819-683-3256 or 683-3049 (Sep 28)

• For sale, Kenmore washing machine, $ 125 or best offer. 819-689-2298
(sept 28)

 To Give Away



 Looking For

A group of workers is looking for furnished rooms or apartments to rent for a few months in the Bryson area. Please contact François Gaudreault at 418-817-8624

 For Rent

• Beautiful, fully furnished rooms for rent in Campbell’s Bay, smoke free. Call or text at 613-867-4780 for info.

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