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The FQCQ and the SQ: safety partners for off-road vehicle enthusiasts
Article published on 15 June 2017
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The Fédération québécoise des Clubs Quads (FQCQ) and the Sûreté du Québec issued a press release or reiterated their partnership to increase the safety of motorized all terrain vehicle enthusiasts (quad bikes, motorcyclists and autoquadists).

Joint interventions will take place on trails throughout the province. The police, in collaboration with and the FQCQ surveillance officers, will target in their interventions on risky behaviors such as unsafe speed on trails, failure to observe signage or regulations in force; Non-wearing a helmet; And driving while impaired by alcohol, drugs or a combination of both.

According to the SQ, these reckless behaviors are the main causes of collision involving off-road vehicles.
A national operation organized by the SQ with the FQCQ will start this weekend.

The Sûreté intends to complete 100 operations on the trails and where the trails intersections with public roads. Observe signage at trail crossings and public roads, wear your helmet and respect the speed limit (50km / h).

Les Nouvelles du Pontiac

Outdoors Outaouais Roundtable: online directory of outdoor activities in the region

18 February 2019

The Outdoors Outaouais Roundtable, organised by Loisir Sport Outaouais, launched its Internet platform last Friday which aims to list the outdoor activities in the region. The outdoor project manager for Loisir Sport Outaouais, Charles-Antoine Rioux, gave more details about the project and its (...)

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Three days of cross-country skiing for ESSC youth

18 February 2019

As part of the Skiing at School program, the students from Sieur-de-Coulonge High School will undertake quite a journey from February 23rd to 25th. On February 23rd, the students and their guides will embark on the three day cross-country skiing trek from ESSC in Fort-Coulonge to Parliament (...)

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New craft brewery made from Pontiac hops

18 February 2019

The Gallicus craft brewery, which is opening soon in the Plateau in Gatineau, makes its beer with local hops from the Houblonnière Lupuline, in the municipality of l'Iles-Aux-Allumettes. The owner of the brewery, Samy Missaoui: The official opening of the Gallicus brewery will be on Saturday, (...)

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School transportation accessible to citizens living on the CSHBO territory

18 February 2019

An agreement between the Commission scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de-l'Outaouais (CSHBO), the Guichet unique en transports adaptés et collectifs de la Vallée-de-la-Gatineau (GUTAC) and the TransporAction Pontiac was concluded in September with the goal of increasing the mobility of the population on (...)

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Roadworks on Thomas Lefebvre Street in Mansfield-et-Pontefract

18 February 2019

Slope stabilization work will be carried out in Mansfield-et-Pontefract on Thomas Lefebvre Street resulting in a complete closure of the street between Route 148 and 1 kilometer east of James Street. Work will begin on Tuesday, February 19th, and from 7 am to 6 pm weekly until the March 18th. (...)

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School perseverance: ESSC's Gabriel Gagnon journey underlined

15 February 2019

As part of Force Avenir, a student from Sieur-de-Coulonge caught the attention, 17-year-old Gabriel Gagnon of Shawville. In a published text, he says that at birth, he weighed 1 lb and 10 ounces and measured 12 inches. At one week old, he had to have the arterial canal (heart) operated and his (...)

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