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CHIP possède une licence de langue française au CRTC et assure par son mandat la promotion de la dualité linguistique au sein du territoire du Pontiac ainsi que celle de la vallée de la Gatineau et du comté de Renfrew, en Ontario.

La station de radio diffuse sur la fréquence du 101,9 sur la bande FM avec un émetteur d’une puissance de 10 KW, lui permettant de diffuser sur un grand territoire.

Afin de servir tous les gens de sa communauté, CHIP FM offre à ses auditeurs, une programmation diversifiée. L’un des buts principaux de la station est de bien informer la communauté avec des nouvelles locales et régionales qui ne sont pas nécessairement diffusées par d’autres médias régionaux. L’équipe entière de la station de radio travaille ardemment afin de faire de sa programmation, une qui reflète bien le portrait culturel, économique, politique, éducationnel et social de sa région”

En tant qu’organisme à but non lucratif, les revenus annuels de CHIP FM sont constitués; d’une subvention provenant du gouvernant provincial, des bingos hebdomadaires, radiothon annuel, ventre de publicités radio, frais d’adhésions ainsi que dons.

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. 

L’Outaouais sous la loupe Newsletter: the Pontiac mainly affected by border issues
Article published on 11 January 2019
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The issue that stood out for the Pontiac compared to the rest of the Outaouais region in the third edition of the newsletter L’Outaouais sous la loupe, published by the Outaouais Development Observatory (ODO), is what is called social cohesion, especially because of its geographical and linguistic situation. The ODO knowledge transfer officer Madeleine Lefebvre explains:

Which makes the Pontiac more affected by border issues, is that it shares a large portion of its territory with Ontario making it the largest border between Quebec and Ontario.

L’Outaouais sous la loupe was written following the publication, last November, of a report summarizing the findings of the Tournée des territoires, conducted by the ODO in the spring 2018.

The document highlights the main issues affecting the different regions of the Outaouais and comparing them. You can subscribe to the L’Outaouais sous la loupe newsletter via the observatory’s website at www.odooutaouais.ca.

Access to services is of concern to the entire Outaouais
A common concern across the Outaouais is the access to outreach services, which “weighs heavily on the ability of the territories to retain their youth, to retain their elders, to attract newcomers and convince entrepreneurs to invest locally”. There is also talk of “deficient” coverage of the Internet and mobile networks, which seems to be a big concern for the future of businesses and for effective access to information.

In the coming months, the Observatory plans to produce a socio-economic portrait of the Outaouais by territory. Community portrait data should also be updated in 2019.

The complete interview in French with Madeleine Lefebvre is available here.

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Back to the Pontiac MRC meeting

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For the first time at the meeting of the Mayors in Campbell's Bay, yesterday night, MRC Pontiac Youth Council President Jordan Larivière spoke to mayors and the public about the content of the last youth council meeting. In an interview with CHIP 101.9, he listed some priorities of the Youth (...)

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Newly elected Executive for the Pontiac Liberal riding Association

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The member of parliament for Pontiac, André Fortin, has announced the new members who have been elected as part of the executive of the Pontiac Liberal riding Association on March 16th. Among the eleven citizens occupying positions in the association, notably, the businessman, Jerry Ryan, and (...)

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The 2019 federal budget: comments by Pontiac MP William Amos

22 March 2019

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Budget; “Good measures for the Pontiac” according to William Amos

20 March 2019

Finance Minister Bill Morneau tabled the federal government's budget yesterday. The Pontiac MP, William Amos, said this is a budget that will be well received in the Pontiac, thanks to certain measures: Note that the deficit in this budget is close to $20 billion. The full interview with (...)

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“La rivière, initiations Outaouaises”: poetry on the Pontiac

20 March 2019

The poetic book entitled “La rivière, initiations Outaouaises”, published on February 18th, tells the story of author Joel Pourbaix, who created stone statues along the Ottawa River in the late 1990s. In an interview with CHIP 101.9, the artist mentioned that, during his journey, the Pontiac (...)

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