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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. 

More details of the Tactical Intervention Group
Article published on 29 September 2017
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At the Assembly of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday, a portion was devoted to the Tactical Intervention Group. The mandate of the Group was discussed as well as their approach.

To date, 16 projects have been selected by the group for sustained support. The value of the investments will be $ 45 million. It seems that agricultural projects have attracted attention since they represent a high percentage of projects. The identity of the participants were also revealed.

Participants in the business category included businesswoman and Pontiac MRC warden candidate Jane Toller.

The full list of participants in the group in the Pontiac MRC;

Les Nouvelles du Pontiac

AGM of the Hunting and Fishing Association, Alliance of Six Inc. (Zec St-Patrice)

21 March 2018

The Hunting and Fishing Association, Alliance of Six Inc. (Zec St-Patrice) will hold its annual general meeting of members on Sunday, March 25th, at the Club de l'Âge D'Or of Fort-Coulonge from 10am. Interested members can consult the Facebook page of the Association or its website (...)

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17 and under will get free access to zecs in 2018

21 March 2018

The Quebec Federation of Zecs (FQGZ) unveiled a new promotion to get young people to visit the Zecs in 2018. Beginning this summer, anyone 17 and under will be able to fish and hunt small game free of charge if accompanied by an adult who is licensed for hunting and fishing. The purpose of this (...)

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Sortir du Bois is recruiting

21 March 2018

Sortir du Bois is in a hiring blitz for a 20-week program. The company wants to accommodate participants aged 18 to 45 who are receiving employment assistance (social assistance) or employment insurance, or who have no income. Trainees can complete the program in a variety of industries such as (...)

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Sphinx Resources satisfied with their most recent analyzes

21 March 2018

Ressources Sphinx and its partner SOQUEM, owner of the Calumet Sud mine rights, mainly containing zinc, issued a press release yesterday (Tuesday, March 20), highlighting their satisfaction with the latest analysis. Sphinx Resources' president Normand Champigny says that the analysis reveals (...)

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Club Quad Pontiac event; Plein Air Pontiac Outdoor

21 March 2018

On April 14, the Pontiac Quad Club will host the Plein Air Pontiac Outdoor event at the Club house garage located at 1758 Highway 148 in Litchfield. From the Pontiac Quad Club, Patrick Amyotte talks about the event: The event is free, it will take place on April 14 from 10 am to 5 pm. Those (...)

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Patrick Bertrand on winning New Business award at the Chamber of Commerce Gala

20 March 2018

Following the Chamber of Commerce Gala held last February, CHIP 101.9 has been in contact with the various winners. The new business award went to Mansfield Station. CHIP spoke to the co-owner Patrick Bertrand, who said that he was surprised that they won: Mansfield Station is not simply a gas (...)

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