The Félix-Gabriel Marchand bridge will be permanently illuminated
Thanks to funding of $ 30,000 from the Quebec Ministry of Tourism and Outaouais Tourism
Article published on 8 September 2020
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Great news in the tourism sector in the Pontiac, the Félix-Gabriel Marchand bridge will receive funding of $ 30,000, this amount will be used to set up the permanent illumination of the bridge thanks to the contribution of the Quebec Ministry of Tourism and Tourism Outaouais.

The Phare Ouest organization will receive the investment and will be responsible for supervising the project. This operation is part of a larger vision to develop a real tourist corridor in Mansfield. Mansfield-et-Pontefract Mayor Gilles Dionne and Louis Harvey of Phare Ouest explained the importance of this news.

The project aims to offer visitors an interactive experience. Phare Ouest’s objective is to create several seasons of cultural events, until 2025.

Remember that the Félix Gabriel Marchand bridge should be open again next year.

The full interview with Gilles Dionne and Louis Harvey is available here.

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