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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. 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy Meeting Summary
Article published on 20 September 2017
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At an information meeting held yesterday at the Pontiac MRC, fewer than 20 people attended said meeting by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Land Occupancy (MAMOT) concerning those interested in asking their questions about becoming a candidate for the upcoming municipal elections on 5 November. Outaouais Regional Director Catherine Bellemare:

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It should be noted that the nominations will be closed on Friday, October 6th. More information via the http://presentezvous.gouv.qc.ca.

Les Nouvelles du Pontiac

MRC Pontiac Council of Mayors: October meeting 2018

18 October 2018

The Mayors of the MRC had their meeting for the month of October last night at the MRC in Campbell's Bay, where less than 10 residents were in attendance. During the meeting, the Warden of the MRC, Jane Toller, announced the new Economic Development Director at the MRC, Danielle Newman. More (...)

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CANAMEX Project: 2 day tour

18 October 2018

A regional two day tour through parts of Vermont, New York, Quebec and Ontario was given Tuesday and Wednesday for the American delegates participating in agri-tourism CANAMEX Project. They were at the Spruceholme Inn on Tuesday night, where the creator and head of the project, David Gillespie, (...)

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CANAMEX project: Agri-tourism farmer

18 October 2018

Among the 40 guests on the regional 2 days tour of the CANAMEX project were agri-tourism farmers from the states of New-York and Vermont. The co-owner of North Country Creamery in Keeseville, NY, Ashlee Kleinhammer, told CHIP what she, as a dairy farmer, was hoping to get out of the regional (...)

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Défi sans Auto-SOLO: MRC Pontiac won

18 October 2018

The MRC Pontiac won, for a third consecutive year, the Défi sans Auto-SOLO prize for its amount of participation and involvement in the category: Medium organization. The environment coordinator at MRC, Thierry Raimbault: Thierry Raimbault also mentioned that the MRC is hoping to participate in (...)

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Waterline Break in Litchfield

18 October 2018

A waterline in Litchfield near Hwy 148 has broken, an advisory of an interruption of water has been issued for the municipality. Once the water is returned, as a prevention measure, the municipality is asking residents to boil their water for at least 1 minute before consumption, until further (...)

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Beginning the 2018-2019 Cinema répertoire season: Les Rois Mongols

18 October 2018

The first feature film of the organization Phare Ouest 2018-19 season film directory will be Les Rois Mongols, directed by Luc Picard, on Wednesday, October 24th at St-Pierre School in Fort-Coulonge. One of the organizers of the showing, Louis Harvey, summarized the synopsis of the story. More (...)

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