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Seven new places in Pontiac for child care
Article published on 12 January 2018
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MNA André Fortin announced seven new subsidized child care places in the riding of Pontiac.
This recognition of the need comes from the Government of Quebec’s review of educational childcare. This measure allows the province to better meet the needs of parents and contributes to the implementation of its commitment to offer Quebec families more time to reconcile family life and professional aspirations.

The MNA for Pontiac and Minister of Transport, André Fortin, made the announcement on behalf of the Minister of Family, Mr. Luc Fortin During his visit to the CPE Le Chatelet.

Last December, Minister of Family Luc Fortin announced the creation of 192 new subsidized places throughout Quebec as part of the revision of the educational childcare services. Priority was given, in particular, to facility projects that met the needs of specific children, such as those children with disabilities or disadvantaged backgrounds. In addition, the service providers must make the places available within three months of the date of authorization of the project.

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The legalization of Cannabis in effect on October 17: LiveWell development plan

16 October 2018

With the Legalization of Cannabis tomorrow, CHIP 101,9 did an update on LiveWell Food that have begun to establish a research and development Lab in the municipality of Litchfield during the last few months. The chief of administration at LiveWell, Michel Lemieux: The full interview with (...)

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The legalization of Cannabis in effect on October 17: Federal Strategy

16 October 2018

The Federal member of Parliament for Pontiac, Will Amos, told CHIP in an interview that legalization is the best way to reduce the amount of Cannabis consumptions: The Legalization of Cannabis (Cannabis Act) comes in to effect tomorrow (October 17). For more information of the rules and (...)

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The CAQ Government: Will Amos comments

16 October 2018

Will Amos also commented on the provincial elections and the new Coalition Avenir Quebec Government, saying that he will now have to work with two MNAs from the CAQ and two from the Liberals. Will Amos: The full interview with Will Amos is available here. - News / politique, (...)

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Proxim Pharmacy - Julie Jones: New establishment

16 October 2018

The Proxim Pharmacy - Julie Jones moved to the old Laurentienne Bank building, the move was on Monday night. The owner of the Pharmacy, Julie Jones, told CHIP that the old location didn't allow her and the pharmacy to offer the best service: The Pharmacy will now be located at 148 Front Rd, (...)

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New minority language media fund: ''Will make a big difference'' - Lily Ryan

16 October 2018

The Minister of Tourism, Official Languages and La Francophonie of Canada, Mélanie Joly, announced last Week a fund to support official minority language media. The co-owner of multiple newspapers in the region (Aylmer Bulletin, Pontiac Journal and the West Quebec Post) and council member of the (...)

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Liberal Parti of Quebec: André Fortin's considering the leadership

15 October 2018

The MNA for Pontiac, André Fortin, is considering the leadership campaign of Quebec's Liberals. According to an article written in the newspaper Le Devoir, André Fortin claims to have been invited to join the race for replacing of Philippe Couillard, who left his position shortly after the (...)

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