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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

SPEHR members send post cards to the Minister of Education to protest

22 May 2018

Teachers of the Syndicat du personnel de l'enseignement des Hautes-Rivières Union (SPEHR) representing Pontiac teachers will send more than 200 postcards to the Minister of Education, Sébastien Proulx. The union is doing this in protest over the introduction of new general content to teach, (...)

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Will Amos' interview in Le Droit

22 May 2018

In the Saturday edition of the Le Droit newspaper, columnist Denis Gratton conducted an interview with the MP for Pontiac Will Amos. The article entitled “Le pagayeur canadien” reflects the tenacity of the representative in environment issues and learning the French language. Will Amos is also a (...)

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The Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield Country Festival kicks off next week

22 May 2018

The third edition of the Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield Country Festival will take place next week from May 31st to June 3rd. Our area will see spectators arriving in the next few days to take advantage of what the Pontiac has to offer. Nearly 30 artists and musicians will take the stage in the (...)

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The PQ leader visits the Outaouais

18 May 2018

The Parti Québécois Leader and Member of the National Assembly for Rosemont Jean-François Lisée was in the Outaouais yesterday, for the annual meeting of the Union of Quebec Municipalities, held in Gatineau. CHIP 101.9 had the chance to talk with him to find out what he considers the big issues (...)

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CSHBO requests service offers for housekeeping

18 May 2018

The commission scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de l'Outaoauis is looking for a custodial services provider to clean at écoles Ste-Marie in Otter-Lake and école Saint-Nom-de-Marie in Lac-Ste-Marie for 2018-2019. The contract begins July 1st and will be renewable for two years on top of that. Interested (...)

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What to do in the Pontiac during the long weekend

18 May 2018

Jérémi Vaillancourt, from the MRC Pontiac, highlights activities in the region during the long weekend. For more information on these activities, please visit the Pontiac Tourism Facebook page. - News

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