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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. 

The FSSS-CSN denounces the third anniversary of the gag of the reform Barrette
Article published on 14 February 2018
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The Federation of Health and Social Services (FSSS-CSN) and the Conseil central de l’Outaouais presented a report on the effects of the Barrette reform in the region while local negotiations are taking place. These negotiations must, according to the Federation, be used as an opportunity to solve several problems experienced by the healthcare workers in the region, particularly regarding the closure of residences, and the upcoming centralization of food preparation and culinary services.

Three years after the provincial government passed Loi 10 , the impacts of the Barrette reform are said to be harmful, and continue to be felt by the staff of the Centre Intégré de santé et services sociaux de l’Outaouais.

The Outaouais-CSN Union of Health and Social Services Workers wants more stability, greater work-family-education balance and less job insecurity.

Les Nouvelles du Pontiac

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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Municipalities thank its' employees for their effort during the storm

15 February 2019

Tuesday night, the snow storm here in the Pontiac brought highway workers out by the dozens, many municipalities emphasized the quality of their road workers. This is the case of the municipality of Campbell's Bay, who thanked all the operators who worked hard to clear the roads and entrances (...)

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Pontiac citizens invited to participate in an evening on forest planning in public forests

15 February 2019

The contribution of citizens in forestry planning in public forests is requested on Monday. In fact, the Table régionale de gestion intégrée des ressources et du territoire public de l'Outaouais (TRGIRTO) is inviting citizens interested in forestry management of public forests to participate in an (...)

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Annual Firefighter Fishing Derby: Postponed until March 2nd

15 February 2019

Due to the condition of the ice and for the safety of the people, the fishing tournament that was set to be held tomorrow, February 16th, 2019, will be postponed to March 2nd, 2019 if the condition of the ice allow it. On the Caserne 18 Fort-Coulonge (Firefighter) Facebook page, they wrote: (...)

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Financial Results of the Pontiac Biomass Conversion Center

14 February 2019

CHIP 101.9 is now completing its series reports in regards to the Biomass Conversion Center (CVB) in the Pontiac. Regarding the commitment of the MRC Pontiac in this project, back in 2013-2014, it is mentioned by the MRC that all scientific studies had been conducted, on a global scale, to (...)

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WQLC: Tutor Training Workshop coming soon

14 February 2019

In the most recent newsletter issued by The Western Quebec Literacy council, two individuals were hired on to ensure the efficiency of the Council for the upcoming year. This week, CHIP spoke with the Executive Director of the WQLC, Michèle Gagnon, who gave more details about the newest members (...)

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