More than $ 5.1 million to support municipal infrastructure in the Outaouais
Article published on 24 June 2021
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As part of the brand new Programme d’aide financière pour les bâtiments municipaux (PRABAM), the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, Andrée Laforest, as well as the Member of Parliament for Papineau, Minister of Families and Minister responsible for the Outaouais region, Mathieu Lacombe, announced an investment of $ 5,100,799 for the Outaouais, including $ 1,463,225 for the Pontiac, which will be paid to municipalities with less than 5,000 inhabitants of the Outaouais to carry out work to improve their municipal and community infrastructure.

"I am very happy with this morning’s announcement for our local municipalities here in the Outaouais. This new program will facilitate the realization of projects for several municipal buildings in the ridings of Papineau, Pontiac and Gatineau. The effects of these investments will have a significant impact on communities, because it is the citizens who will benefit first and foremost in addition to contributing to the economic recovery of our regions. I am proud to be able to say that municipal administrations and especially the people of the Outaouais can count on our government, your government, to support them, ”believes the Member for Papineau, Minister of Families and Minister responsible for the region of Outaouais Mathieu Lacombe.

PRABAM is part of the vision of the Government of Quebec to encourage economic and social vitality in the regions, particularly in the smallest municipalities. The financial assistance allocated to municipalities will allow them, over a period of two years, to carry out, in particular, renovation, repair, upgrading, expansion or construction work of their town hall, fire station, etc. municipal garage and warehouse as well as their center and community hall.

Amount of the financial assistance program for municipal buildings for the Pontiac
Bristol Pontiac $ 96,859
Shawville Pontiac $ 108,044
Clarendon Pontiac $ 101,253
Portage-du-Fort Pontiac $ 75,000
Bryson Pontiac $ 75,000
Campbell’s Bay Pontiac $ 75,000
L’Île-du-Grand-Calumet Pontiac $ 75,000
Litchfield Pontiac $ 75,000
Alleyn-et-Cawood Pontiac $ 75,000
Otter Lake Pontiac $ 75,000
Fort-Coulonge Pontiac $ 103,927
Mansfield-et-Pontefract Pontiac $ 125,149
Waltham Pontiac $ 75,000
L’Isle-aux-Allumettes Pontiac $ 102,993
Chichester Pontiac $ 75,000
Sheenboro Pontiac $ 75,000
Rapides-des-Joachims Pontiac $ 75,000
Total Pontiac $ 1,463,225

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