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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. 

Student Tyler La Salle and teacher Dominique Bomans awarded at the Forces Avenir Gala
Article published on 12 June 2017
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At the Forces Avenir Gala at Casino du Lac Leamy, students were honoured for their leadership, perseverance and stance against bullying.

Two individuals from the Pontiac where at the gala, Tyler La Salle of Sieur de Coulonge, who won the Student Engagement Award and teacher Dominique Bomans for the Personnel Engagement Award.

Tyler has created a self-help group for students to deal with difficult situations such as bullying.

Tyler La Salle - Gala Force Avenir 2017

Mme Bomans is involved on all fronts at Sieur de Coulonges, she invests her time with badminton and cross country teams, she helps young people for the Grand Défi Pierre Lavoie and organizes several activities like Slam.

Dominique Bomans - Gala Force Avenir 2017

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Cell phone driving; fines could quadruple

Fines will soon be much tougher when it comes to cell phone use while driving.

Quebec intends to quadruple the fine to $ 400.

Currently, the fine varies between $ 80 and $ 100, in addition to earning 4 demerit points.
Transport Minister André Fortin has pledged to present his change to the Highway Safety Act this fall.

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Vaccination clinics

There will be a flu vaccination clinic today until 6:30 at the Luskville Community Center and Tuesday November 21 from 8:30 to 5:00 at the Bert Kennedy center in Quyon. Protect yourself against the flu this winter, get the shot.

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Quebec creates the Quebec Cannabis Society

The province of Quebec will create the Quebec Cannabis Society to manage the sale as of July 1, 2018. The government tabled Bill 157 this week to regulate the legalization of marijuana.

Those wishing to purchase Cannabis must be at least 18 years to get it. The product will only be visible behind sales counters, in limited quantities.

Advertisements to promote the product will also be restricted. The Québec government stresses that its goal is not to expand the market, but to supervise it to strengthen education and prevention.

It will be forbidden to smoke cannabis on campuses of CEGEPs and universities, as well as in parks or other public spaces designed for children. The smoke-free zone created for tobacco will also apply to cannabis. You must be at least 9 meters from buildings to light up.
The limit of possession will be fixed at 150 grams per person.

The zero tolerance policy for driving while under the influence of drugs will be in force, with a penalty of an immediate license suspension for 90 days.

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Reopening of the Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa

The Canada Science and Technology Museum in Ottawa reopened yesterday. It had been closed for about three years for major works of nearly $ 80 million.
The new museum presents 11 exhibitions.

The facility closed in September 2014 after the discovery of mold that was not part of an exhibition.

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