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More than $ 8,000 to improve accessibility at the Patro
Article published on 18 May 2018
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Pontiac MP Will Amos was in the Pontiac on Tuesday to announce $ 8,450 in funding from the Accessibility Fund (APF) for the building of outdoor ramps to facilitate visitor with limited mobility during outdoor activities at Patro de Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield.

The director of the Patro de Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield., Marc Frappier says that the ramp will help many young people with limited mobility.

According to Suzanne Dazé, from the Patro, accessibility to lakes and rivers poses a problem in the preparation of the premises, when the Patro organizes outdoor activities for people with reduced mobility.

William Amos added that this is a good opportunity for Patro to become known in the region through such an initiative.

Construction of the outdoor ramps, which will cost approximately $ 15,000, is expected to be completed by the beginning of summer 2019.

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An electric vehicle soon available to the community

16 January 2019

In the coming weeks, the MRC Pontiac will be purchasing an electric car to take part in the project of Système d'autopartage avec véhicule électrique en région (SAUVéR 2). Johanne Ouellet is the YHC Environment Business Development Manager, who coordinates the project: This is the second project of (...)

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CHIP 101.9 will once again participate in the 2019 Défi des chefs Leucan Outaouais

16 January 2019

CHIP 101.9 will participate for the third consecutive year in the Défi des chefs Leucan Outaouais, which will take place on March 21st at the Palais des congrès in Gatineau. This is a friendly challenge made up of eleven teams composed of media personnel from across the region, a chef, and a (...)

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A few more words about James Shea

16 January 2019

James Shea, who held a carrier as a teacher, principal, administrator and as a school politician in both Ottawa and the Outaouais region and who was elected as the chair of the Western Québec School Board in 2014, passed away on December 31st, 2018. The MNA for Pontiac, André Fortin, had a few (...)

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Lake Jim Carnival this weekend

16 January 2019

The Jim's Lake Carnival kicks off on January 18th at the Jim's Lake outfitter in Mansfield-et-Pontefract. The owner of the pourvoirie and organiser of the carnival, Martin Hérault, wanted to invite the public to come out on the weekend: The details of the Jim Lake Carnival can be found on the (...)

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Meeting of the mayors council tonight

16 January 2019

Tonight, Wednesday, January 16th, the mayors of the MRC Pontiac will meet for the first time in 2019. The meeting starts at 6:30, in the room Elsie Gibbons at the MRC in Campbell's Bay. It may be important to take note that the first “Youth” Council of the MRC Pontiac will be held on Monday, (...)

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Official opening of the Abattoir les Viandes du Pontiac: more details

15 January 2019

The official opening of the Abattoir les Viandes du Pontiac was yesterday. There, CHIP's Élizabeth Séguin spoke to the MNA for Pontiac, André Fortin, who explained why he and the Provincial Government got involved in creating the slaughterhouse: The Chair of l'Abattoir les Viandes du Pontiac, (...)

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