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Ottawa River - The situation is still under close surveillance
Article published on 3 May 2017
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The situation is still being closely monitored in regards to the levels of the Ottawa River, notably in the municipality of Mansfield-et-Pontefract. The Emergency Services has also visited the municipality to try to plan various precautions as the water levels could increase by 15 centimeters today.

Already several homes are struggling with flooding in their basements and some homes are becoming increasingly isolated. The municipality recommends that residents living in this type of situation take the necessary moves to ensure their safety or to contact with the municipality for help. Sand bags are available behind the municipal offices or at the municipality’s sand depot.

The meeting of the Mansfield municipal council that was scheduled tonight has been postponed to next week since the council will meet this evening to deliberate over the different measures to take if necessary. Also remember not to drink water from the artesian wells if they may have been contaminated by river water. Stay tuned to CHIP 101.9 for more information.

(Photo, Facebook Rachel Denault Nadeau)

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The Pontiac MRC held its second meeting of mayors for 2018 last night. The warden Jane Toller took the opportunity to unveil a list of eleven priorities for 2018, drawn up by the council of mayors. This list stems from a first annual “Lac-à-l'épaule” meeting held last January in Shawville. The (...)

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CSHBO, Border School Board: Fernand Paré explains

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Consultation Period on the Tactical Integrated Forest Management Plan (PAFIT)

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Looking Back on the failure that is the Pontiac Technology Center & Resort (PTCR) project

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CFP Pontiac training offer

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MRC Pontiac Council meeting tonight

21 February 2018

Tonight, the meeting of the council of the MRC Pontiac will be held at 6:30 pm at Elsie Gibbons Room in the MRC's Offices, located in Campbell's Bay. Topics will include a presentation of the LiveWell Foods Canada project, which recently announced plans to build a Cannabis Research Center in (...)

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