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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. 

Review of the MRC Wardens listening tour in Campbell’s Bay
Article published on 12 June 2018
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At the Pontiac MRC Wardens listening tour in Campbell’s Bay last night, she discussed, among other things, the priority and the upcoming hiring of an engineer for the MRC Pontiac. Among other things, she referred to the proposed bridge between Mansfield and Grand Calumet Island.

There was also an idea from a Ripon citizen suggesting that the Pontiac could use a slogan for its Western Townships.

Tonight, the Listening Tour will continue at the Shawville United Church starting at 7:00 pm.

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Roxane Bruneau will be in concert in the Pontiac

10 August 2018

The MRC Pontiac announced this week that singer/song writer Roxane Bruneau will be the first performance of the artistic program 2018-2019. The first performance will be at Sieur de Coulonge High school in Mansfield on Thursday September 27. Tickets will be available for $25 here at CHIP (...)

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Sold out on opening night of the FICFFC

10 August 2018

The Festival international du Cinéma des femmes de Fort-Coulonge kicked off last night. CHIP's Élizabeth Séguin was on site to get comments from a member of the Organisation Phare Ouest Louis Harvey: Note that this is a free event but places are limited so those wanting to attend have to reserve (...)

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Curling at Centre de Loisirs des Draveur in Fort-Coulonge

10 August 2018

On top on the restructuring project at the Centre des Loisirs des Draveurs for the new Junior A team in team in the Pontiac, the Pontiac Comets, the general manager of the Arena, Gaétan Graveline, told CHIP about a new curling club that he hopes will be ready and established before Christmas. (...)

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New candidate for Québec Solidaire for the Pontiac

9 August 2018

According to the Quebec Solidare website, Julia Wilkie has officially been chosen as the Party's candidate for the Pontiac Riding in the upcoming election on October 1. We don't have too many details about the candidate at this time, but it is the only other candidate chosen in which the Party (...)

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Duck Race fundraiser for Entourelle

9 August 2018

This Sunday August 12, the organisation Entourelle will be hosting duck race as a fund raising activity for the organisation. The key organiser of the event, Kim laroche, told CHIP what to expect on the weekend: All proceeds from the fundraiser will go towards improving the play structures at (...)

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The restructuring of the weekly West Quebec Post

9 August 2018

The weekly West Quebec Post, published since 1895, is in the process of reorganizing the newspaper format, the owners of the news paper said they are “struggles to stay afloat”. The distribution of copies will now restricted to subscriptions only. “By reducing the production of 5,975 copies to the (...)

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