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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

MRC Pontiac unveils its list of priorities for 2018

22 February 2018

The Pontiac MRC held its second meeting of mayors for 2018 last night. The warden Jane Toller took the opportunity to unveil a list of eleven priorities for 2018, drawn up by the council of mayors. This list stems from a first annual “Lac-à-l'épaule” meeting held last January in Shawville. The (...)

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CSHBO, Border School Board: Fernand Paré explains

21 February 2018

The commission scolaire des Hauts-Bois-de-l'Outaouais (CSHBO) issued a resolution a few weeks ago about its role as a school board that borders another province. CSHBO Director Fernand Paré explains what motivates the adoption of such a resolution that asks the minister of education for help (...)

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Consultation Period on the Tactical Integrated Forest Management Plan (PAFIT)

21 February 2018

The Tactical Integrated Forest Management Plan (PAFIT) is in the middle of a consultation period that started last Monday and runs until March 16. The purpose of the consultation period is to obtain the public's thoughts on the proposed forest management guidelines. A public meeting will be (...)

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Looking Back on the failure that is the Pontiac Technology Center & Resort (PTCR) project

21 February 2018

CHIP 101.9's website has various links to articles in chronological order about the Pontiac Technology Center & Resort (PTCR) project announced by American businessman Michael Bartlett back in November 2011, and who at that time had the support of the MRC Pontiac. Four years ago, this project, (...)

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CFP Pontiac training offer

21 February 2018

The Pontiac Vocational Training Center (CFP Pontiac) is accepting enrollment for the culinary course know for the success in terms of students finding jobs. The details will be known in the coming weeks and the course should take place once again at the parish hall in Fort-Coulonge. On that (...)

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MRC Pontiac Council meeting tonight

21 February 2018

Tonight, the meeting of the council of the MRC Pontiac will be held at 6:30 pm at Elsie Gibbons Room in the MRC's Offices, located in Campbell's Bay. Topics will include a presentation of the LiveWell Foods Canada project, which recently announced plans to build a Cannabis Research Center in (...)

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