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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 MRC Pontiac asks the MTQ to respect its commitments
Article published on 20 September 2019
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The MRC Pontiac is asking the Quebec government to “honor its commitments” by granting the monetary amounts promised under the Local Road Infrastructure Response Plans (PIIRL), which was established in 2016 by the Ministère du Transport du Québec (MTQ). The Director General of the MRC Pontiac, Bernard Roy.

"After several years of developing the plan and after the plan was approved by the MTQ, there are no longer any funds to cover the cost of work that is beyond the municipalities’ reach.» Council in Brief, MRC Pontiac.

In 2016, the Government of Quebec encouraged municipalities in the various territories to take charge of their five-year planning for the maintenance of the unnumbered road network, which is intended for inter-municipal transit. In return, the MTQ undertook financing a high proportion of the cost of the planned work.

According to the Warden MRC Pontiac, Jane Toller, this unavailability of funds would be due to the change in government last fall.

« We are not taking that “no” for an answer » - Jane Toller

On that, Bernard Roy said that other regional county municipalities (MRC) in Quebec have also passed similar resolutions in order to benefit from the amounts promised to be able to carry out their plans.

The full interview with Bernard Roy is available here and a report on Wednesday’s meeting will be available soon.

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Hydro-Québec has renewed its operating agreement with Ontario Power Generation (OPG) in Chat Falls, located on the border between Ontario and Québec. The spokesman for Hydro-Quebec, Francis Labbé, gave more details about the renewal. The agreement will be used to improve certain equipment and (...)

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European slam poets will be in Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield in the coming days

16 October 2019

A new initiative will allow slam poetry fans in the Pontiac area to express their thoughts. A special evening should be held on Thursday, October 24th. One of the project organizers, Richard Charron. Last year, slam poets from the Pontiac went to a similar event in Gaspésie, QC. The full (...)

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TRGIRTO are looking for partner organizations and residents

16 October 2019

The Table régionale de gestion intégrée des ressources et du territoire de l'Outaouais (TRGIRTO) is looking for partners representing an organization dedicated to the conservation and protection of the environment, to occupy three of the four seats in its Nature Group. The TRGIRTO is also looking (...)

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Accidents in workplace: CNESST issues a call for vigilance

16 October 2019

The Commission des normes, de l'équité, de la santé et de la sécurité du travail (CNESST) is calling for vigilance and wishes to remind employers and employees about the importance of taking all the means to prevent workplace accidents. This warning reminder comes after the census of “many” cases of (...)

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2019 Federal Election: Conversation with NDP candidate for Nickel Belt Stef Paquette

15 October 2019

Along the lines of CHIP 101.9 continuing its coverage of the 2019 federal election, the CHIP News Room spoke to a former host of the station now turned NDP candidate for the Nickel Belt electoral district in the Sudbury area, Stef Paquette. Currently, the riding is represented by the Liberal (...)

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Municipal Council meeting of L'Île-du-Grand-Calumet postponed until next week

15 October 2019

L'Île-du-Grand-Calumet has postponed its monthly municipal council meeting to Tuesday, October 22nd 2019. This will be the first meeting since the MRC Pontiac has decided to dissolve the national Park committee regarding the idea of a park project in the Îles Lafontaine. On October 2nd, during (...)

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