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Mayor of Grand-Calumet Island resigns
Article published on 5 June 2017
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The municipality of Grand-Calumet Island finds itself again without an elected mayor.
According to information received by CHIP 101.9, which via e-mail by Pierre Frechette, the current mayor elected last fall, has decided to hand in his resignation.

In an e-mail sent to the station, he stated, “Out of respect for his commitment to serve the people ethically, with transparency and accountability in order to maintain their confidence in the municipal apparatus, he resigned in response to an insistent demand to turn a blind eye on a situation going against stipulated contractual obligations.”

He added that no resident or councillor should be given special treatment. This would be contrary to the regulations and code of ethics.

He adds that he has achieved many things in 7 months with the help of some innovative councillors.

The previous mayor Irene Nadeau had resigned in 2016, stating that she had conflicts with the administrative management of the Municipality.

The whole situation should be confirmed this evening during the meeting of the municipal council.

This resignation means that it would be another change of leadership in this municipality, since Paul-Emile Maleau elected by acclamation in the 2013 election resigned a few months later, Irene Nadeau was then elected and resigned last year when she questioned the application of municipal policies regarding unpaid municipal taxes. The deputy mayor Jean-Louis Corriveau took over for a few months, just before the election by acclamation of Pierre Fréchette.

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5 @ 7 on the management of residual materials: additional details

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The MRC Pontiac Environmental Coordinator, Thierry Raimbault, gave details of the 5 @ 7 on the residual materials management on October 24 and November 14. Pontiac residents are invited to the free event on October 24 at Spruceholme in Fort-Coulonge. A final evening will also be held on (...)

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2019 Federal Election: William Amos' consideration

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The Federal MP of Pontiac William Amos told CHIP 101.9 that in the coming weeks, he will decide if he will be running in the federal election campaign next year, almost to the day: The federal election will take place on October 21st, 2019 and the full interview with Will Amos is available (...)

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Pontiac Swimming Pool Project recent updates: Jane Toller

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The Warden of MRC Pontiac, Jane Toller, had to answer more questions about the pool project during the media debriefing at the last council of Mayors meeting on Wednesday, where she specified that the project is run by a non-profit organization. Jane Toller also responded to criticisms from (...)

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Work-family balance conference

19 October 2018

École des Petits-Ponts invites parents to a free conference on work-family balance on Tuesday, November 6th, from 7pm to 9 pm at the auditorium of Sieur-de-Coulonge High School (ESSC). Entitled Le stress sans détresse (Stress Without Distress), this meeting, prepared by speaker Sarah Plourde, (...)

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