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Launch of the 2018 Territorial Development Fund
Article published on 12 January 2018
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The MRC Pontiac has launched a call for projects for the Territorial Development Fund (FDT)This fund stems from an agreement between the MRC Pontiac and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy (MAMOT). The goal is to create and maintain jobs, to revitalize the environment in different sectors: such as agriculture, forestry, tourism, trade and services, socio-community, as well as culture and heritage. $ 240,000 is available for projects. Municipal agencies; Aboriginal community councils; cooperatives and non-profit organizations are eligible.

Organizations interested in submitting an application must make an appointment with a development commissioner from the MRC Pontiac. The deadline for submitting applications is February 23 at 4 pm More details at mrcpontiac.qc.ca.

Les Nouvelles du Pontiac

Launch of the 2018 Territorial Development Fund

12 January 2018

The MRC Pontiac has launched a call for projects for the Territorial Development Fund (FDT)This fund stems from an agreement between the MRC Pontiac and the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy (MAMOT). The goal is to create and maintain jobs, to revitalize the environment in (...)

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Seven new places in Pontiac for child care

12 January 2018

MNA André Fortin announced seven new subsidized child care places in the riding of Pontiac. This recognition of the need comes from the Government of Quebec's review of educational childcare. This measure allows the province to better meet the needs of parents and contributes to the (...)

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Municipality of Pontiac: Joanne Labadie presents her plans for 2018

12 January 2018

Mayor of the Municipality of Pontiac Joanne Labadie spoke with François Carrier at the beginning of the year to discuss her plans for 2018 in the municipality of Pontiac: Full interview is available here. - News / politique, 2018, (...)

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The identity of the deceased during police altercation in Danford Lake reveiled

11 January 2018

The person who died on December 28 in the Danford Lake area of the municipality of Alleyn-and-Cawood was officially identified by the Coroner's Office as 36 year old Dennis Beaudoin. The (BEI) Bureau des enquêtes indépendantes continues to investigate the circumstance surrounding his death. No (...)

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Pontiac Action Forum for Forestry and First meeting of MRC Pontiac Mayors next week

11 January 2018

Pontiac MRC Warden Jane Toller invites Pontiac residents to attend a public meeting, the Pontiac Action Forum for Forestry, on January 15th at 7 pm at the Fort-Coulonge Golden Age Club. Mme. Toller hopes to make the MRC's information more accessible to the public. In an interview with CHIP, (...)

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Internship experience with the Canadian government

11 January 2018

Pontiac MP William Amos posted on his Facebook page that the Government of Canada is offering a four-month long political internship experience in Ottawa. Mr. Amos says this is a "unique opportunity for young Pontiac leaders to gain valuable work experience, whether in a Member's Office, in a (...)

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