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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.

Les Nouvelles du Pontiac

L'Outaouais sous la loupe Newsletter: the Pontiac mainly affected by border issues

11 January 2019

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 (...)

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Municipality of Pontiac: Training for the good of the community

11 January 2019

The Pontiac Community Fitness Center officially opened on January 7th, after its site inaugurated back in December (2018). This is an initiative of the Maison de la Famille de Quyon, who is hoping to unite the community, as Catherine Beaudet, the executive director of the organization, says. (...)

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Browse Bristol in cross-country skiing or snowshoeing

11 January 2019

Winter has been well established, to the delight of winter sports enthusiasts. CHIP's Élizabeth Séguin spoke to the Ski Pontiac project founder, Connie Renaud, this week, who wanted to invite families from the region to its snowy trails that span over fifteen kilometers since 2011. a total length (...)

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New leadership in the Liberal Party of Quebec

11 January 2019

After the leader of the liberal party of Quebec, Phillipe Couillard, stepped down following the provincial elections on October 01st, the former energy minister took over as the interim party leader pending a campaign within the party for the leadership position in the coming months. One of the (...)

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André Fortin doubts the CAQ's promise concerning the construction of a new hospital

10 January 2019

In the interview conducted in French with CHIP's Francois Carrier, André Fortin said he was not convinced of the promise of a new hospital by Coalition avenir Québec in the Outaouais region. It should be noted that the MNA for Pontiac is now the official opposition critic for health, public (...)

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22nd edition of the snowmobile races on February 9th

10 January 2019

The snowmobile races are back in Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield on February 9th at the Centre de loisirs des Draveurs. The main organizer, Pierre Laporte: An interview in English will be available soon and more details are available via facebook. - News / Economy, actus, (...)

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