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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. 

Jane Toller explains why, in her opinion, a swimming pool is needed in the Pontiac
Article published on 25 July 2018
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In an open letter sent to the media the MRC Pontiac Warden, Jane Toller explains why in her opinion a swimming pool is needed in the Pontiac.

She says that as the Pontiac is attracting more and more businesses and investors, we need to build the infrastructure and amenities needed for the growing population to live in the area. Mme Toller also says that it is important to improve the quality of life for people who are already living here. She says there are no other facilities that can improve health and well-being like an Aquatic Center.

She explains that Fort-Coulonge Municipal Council has approved the sale of 1.92 acres of land next to the arena to build the Aquatic Center. The architectural plan includes a swimming pool 25 meters long and 4 rows wide for fitness and competitive swimming, a large heated therapeutic pool to learn to swim and a spa or whirlpool that can accommodate up to 15 people. There will also be changing rooms and showers for women, men and families. A multi-purpose room can be used for learning or to be rented out.

She gave an example of a similar project in Minganie (Havre St-Pierre) which has a population of 6,500 that’s less than half the population of the MRC Pontiac, have successfully opened a $ 14 million Aquatic Center.

She invites citizens who want to get involved in the project, to contact her at the following address: prefete mrcpontiac.qc.ca

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Pontiac Candidate chosen for the Coalition Avenir Quebec

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CHIP 101,9 just learned that Olive Kamanyana will represent Coalition Avenir Quebec for the Pontiac in the upcoming Provincial Elections on October 01. Mme Kamanyana is a senior official in the federal government. According to the findings by CHIP's Francois Carrier, the leader of Coalition (...)

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Meeting with Samuel Gendron, Candidat for NDPQ

17 August 2018

The New Democratic party of Quebec candidate for the Pontiac Electoral district, Samuel Gendron met with CHIP 101,9 to discuss the party's different priorities that, according to him, would peak interest among a lot of Pontiac voters. In an open letter written in the Pontiac Journal, this (...)

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A new engineer in the Pontiac

17 August 2018

A new permanent civil engineer has been hired by the MRC Pontiac. Her name is Kim Lesage, originally from Otter lake. She explained to CHIP what her role will be at the MRC: According to Kim Lesage, having a permanent Engineer at the MRC will reduce the overall cost to hire an engineer for the (...)

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Ressources Sphinx annual general assembly

17 August 2018

The Ressources Sphinx society will hold their annual general assembly meeting in the MRC Pontiac for a second year in a row. The president and chief director of Ressources Sphinx Normand Champingy: The AGA will be held at municipal hall in the municipality of l'Ile du grand Calumet on August (...)

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Sidewalk repairs in the Clarendon and Shawville

17 August 2018

Repair work will be done to Sidewalks on the 148 from the August 20 to 29 in the municipality of Clarendon and Shawville in between Hanna rd and Route 303 North. Expect a lane to be closed between the hours of 7:30 am and 7pm. - News / (...)

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Candidate chosen for Coalition Avenir Quebec

16 August 2018

CHIP 101,9 just learned that Olive Kamanyana will represent Coalition Avenir Quebec for the Pontiac in the upcoming Provincial Elections on October 1st. Miss Kamanyana is a senior official in the federal government. According to the findings made by CHIP's Francois Carrier, everything will be (...)

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