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MétéoMédia forecasts a cold winter 2017-2018 in Quebec and Ontario
Article published on 21 November 2017
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MétéoMédia forecasts a cold winter in Quebec and Ontario for the 2017-2018 winter season. The La Niña phenomenon, which results in colder than normal waters in the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, will result in wetter conditions than normal during the winter in the northern hemisphere. These conditions are favorable for precipitation, which will be in the form of snow, rain or freezing rain.

For Quebec and Ontario, MétéoMédia expects snowfall above normal, perhaps the highest in 10 years, and the threat of freezing rain at a greater frequency. Temperatures should hover around the normal.

In the winter of 2016-2017, the presence of an atmospheric conditions kept the cold in British Columbia while Quebec and Ontario experienced a milder than normal winter. This weather pattern is not expected to reoccur next winter, with temperatures forecast for the season normal in Quebec and Ontario.

A link to the 2017-2018 Winter Preview will be available here;
https://www.meteomedia.com/nouvelles/articles/un-hiver-corse-with-a-pause-in January/89375/

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Financial assistance for the Pontiac Quad Club and the Penguin Snowmobile Club

17 January 2018

The minister of transportation Pontiac MNA André Fortin has awarded $ 264,000 to the Pontiac Quad Club and the Penguin Snowmobile Club, which maintains the snowmobile and ATV trails in the area. André Fortin says that the reason the amount was higher than last year is to fund specific projects: (...)

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Increase of $ 56,000 to Rénos Québec Housing Corporation Program

17 January 2018

André Fortin took advantage of the Pontiac Quad Club and the Penguin Snowmobile Club press conference to also announce more funding. An increase to the Rénos Québec program of the Quebec housing corporation. The additional financial assistance has been increased by $ 56,000. Residents of the (...)

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Details about the Pontiac Pool Project

17 January 2018

MRC Pontiac Warden Mme. Jane Toller unveiled more details about the Pontiac swimming pool project during questions asked by CHIP during last Monday forestry meeting: The pool should be built in the municipality of Fort-Coulonge. - News / leisure, 2018, Fort-Coulonge, short news (...)

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Fire in Davidson

17 January 2018

A fire broke out in a Davidson area residence on Thomas Lefebvre Street in Mansfield early Tuesday afternoon. Firefighters were quickly dispatched to the scene. The cause of the fire is still unknown. More information is coming soon. .cycle-paused:after display:none; .texte_infobulle (...) - (...)

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Jovalco's challenges

17 January 2018

Today on CHIP's Pontiac magazine, a report was presented about a meeting that took place last Monday night. Jovalco owner Gaétan Turgeon used this public meeting as an opportunity to talk about the current challenges Jovalco faces: - News / Environment, Economy, politique, 2018, (...)

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Current situation of the forest industry in the Pontiac; Review of the Forest Action Forum

16 January 2018

Last night, MRC Pontiac Warden Jane Toller held a meeting about the current state of the Pontiac forestry industry. In front of a crowded room at the Club de l'Age d'or of Fort-Coulonge, employees of the MRC, the Warden and forestry industrialists presented updates on the state of the forestry (...)

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