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ORRPB wants to improve communications with the public
Article published on 6 November 2019
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The Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board (ORRPB) wants to improve its communications with the public, therefore simplify the public’s understanding of the Planning Board’s role in the management of the waterways, as expressed by a member of the Secretariat of the ORRPB, Manon Lalonde.

Pontiac residents, and the surrounding area, who were eager to learn about the management of the waterways, were invited to two open house information sessions in the Pontiac, organized by Hydro-Québec and ORRPB in l’Île-du-Grand-Calumet and Campbell’s Bay. During the 2017 and 2019 floods, Pontiac citizens expressed their concerns regarding the involvement of Hydro-Québec and the Planning board in the management of the Hydro dams. (http://chipfm.com/Concerned-citizens-raise-questions-about-the-management-of-the-Hydro-dams-that?lang=en).

Monday and Tuesday, in a expo-like format, Pontiac residents were invited to visit the booths that were set up on site; representing the various organizations involved in the management of the waterways including: hydrometeorology; environment; water management; hydropower; reservoirs; facility management, and security of dams. The ministère de l’Environnement and Ottawa Power Generation (OPG) were also present for the open house sessions in the Pontiac.

Although a few people were surprised by the format of the event, the public seemed satisfied to be able to ask their questions directly to the specialists and discuss the issues that concern them, as explained by a resident of the municipality of Sheenboro, Pierre Contant.

For a resident of the Aylmer sector of the City of Gatineau, Rob Godman, the format of the meeting was “excellent” because it allowed the public to have a “one-to-one conversation” with experts to “get answers” to their questions.

A total of about 85 people attended the open houses in the MRC Pontiac.

Les Nouvelles du Pontiac

ORRPB wants to improve communications with the public

6 November 2019

The Ottawa River Regulation Planning Board (ORRPB) wants to improve its communications with the public, therefore simplify the public's understanding of the Planning Board's role in the management of the waterways, as expressed by a member of the Secretariat of the ORRPB, Manon Lalonde. (...)

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New pricing for vacation lots leases

6 November 2019

Beginning in January of 2020, the Government of Québec will introduce adjustments to the value of the leases or rent of vacation lots. The spokesperson of the ministère de l'Énergie et des Ressources naturelles, Catherine Ippersiel, gave details on the changes. In the Outaouais, out of 1820 (...)

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Outaouais meeting with Secretariat responsible for relations with English speaking communities

6 November 2019

Last Friday, November 1st 2019, a meeting was held in Gatineau between the representatives of the English-speaking community in the Outaouais and the secretariat responsible for relations with English speaking Quebecers at l'Assemblée Nationale, spear-headed by Christopher Skeete, the MNA for (...)

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Representatives react to Outaouais' meeting with Secretariat responsible for relations with English speaking communities

6 November 2019

Some of the representatives of the English-Speaking Community in the Outaouais, present during the meeting on Friday with Christopher Skeete, the MNA for Sainte-Rose and Parliamentary Assistant to the premier for relations with English speaking Quebecers, gave CHIP 101.9 their impressions of (...)

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Summary of the Hydro-Québec meeting at l'Île-du-Grand-Calumet

5 November 2019

Just over twenty people came to the open house meeting organized by Hydro-Québec on the management of waterways and reservoirs in the Pontiac. This meeting, which took place yesterday in l'Île-du-Grand-Calumet, was a way for Hydro-Québec and different experts to answer questions related to the (...)

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What is the Commission municipale du Québec?

5 November 2019

Recently, the CHIP 101.9 newsroom focused on understanding the role of the Commission municipale du Québec (CMQ), regarding their objective to oversee the administration of local municipalities and regional county municipalities (MRC) in order to ensure compliance with the standards and (...)

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