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Review of the softball tournament benefiting Bouffe Pontiac
Article published on 23 October 2017
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For the third consecutive year, Élise Jolin and her team of volunteers raised money during the softball tournament for Bouffe Pontiac, which took place on September 29-30 and October 1 at Amyotte Park in Mansfield.

According to the press release by Bouffe Pontiac, to date the tournament has generated $ 6,606 for the organization. The funds raised will be used to provide a healthy foods for families in need of the MRC Pontiac.

Ten mixed teams participated in the tournament. Local team Beer Buddies took first place and $ 1,000, the Old Man’s Crew won second place and $ 500. Six men’s teams also participated. The local Indians team won first place and $ 700 and the Ottawa Astros second place and $ 400.

Bouffe Pontiac would like to thank and congratulate Élise Jolin as well as Warden Raymond Durocher and Pontiac MNA André Fortin for their efforts during the event.


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$ 758 for Shawville Community Center

The Government of Canada has announced $ 758 in funding for roof renovation of the Shawville Community Center under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. This funding was announced yesterday by Pontiac MP William Amos. On behalf of the Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development and Minister responsible for Canadian Economic Development in Quebec , the Honorable Navdeep Bains.

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This investment is being provided through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program, a $ 300-million fund that celebrates Canada’s 150th anniversary through investments in community spaces that bring Canadians together.

Through the media release, Will Amos said he was “happy to know that Shawville residents will benefit from repairs to their community pavilion, a favorite gathering place.”

Under the same program, the Rupert sector of the municipality of La Pêche receives $ 5,500 from the government for the improvement of the community skating rink.

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Regulation respecting voluntary construction work: Outaouais MPs rejoice

The Voluntary Construction Work Regulations, announced on November 8, will come into effect on November 23. The purpose of this regulation is to provide greater flexibility in the execution of this work and to promote mutual assistance, while ensuring the safety of volunteer workers and users of the constructed product. This is the first time in Quebec’s history that such a regulation has established for this type of work.

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MétéoMédia forecasts a cold winter 2017-2018 in Quebec and Ontario

MétéoMédia forecasts a cold winter in Quebec and Ontario for the 2017-2018 winter season. The La Niña phenomenon, which results in colder than normal waters in the eastern and central Pacific Ocean, will result in wetter conditions than normal during the winter in the northern hemisphere. These conditions are favorable for precipitation, which will be in the form of snow, rain or freezing rain.

For Quebec and Ontario, MétéoMédia expects snowfall above normal, perhaps the highest in 10 years, and the threat of freezing rain at a greater frequency. Temperatures should hover around the normal.

In the winter of 2016-2017, the presence of an atmospheric conditions kept the cold in British Columbia while Quebec and Ontario experienced a milder than normal winter. This weather pattern is not expected to reoccur next winter, with temperatures forecast for the season normal in Quebec and Ontario.

A link to the 2017-2018 Winter Preview will be available here;
https://www.meteomedia.com/nouvelles/articles/un-hiver-corse-with-a-pause-in January/89375/

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Readying your car for the winter

With the arrival of winter, it is important to adapt your driving for rough weather conditions and have your winter tires installed.

Professional pilot and BF Goodrich’s driving expert, Andrew Ranger, reminds us of the importance of having quality winter tires.

The full interview conducted by Élizabeth Séguin will be available soon.

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