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The Municipality of Pontiac unveils a public art structure
Article published on 10 October 2017
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The Municipality of Pontiac unveiled this weekend a public art structure created by artist John-Philippe Smith. This sculpture, located in front of the community center of Luskville (2024 highway 148), is part of a circuit highlighting the historical, cultural and natural heritage of the seven municipalities of the MRC des Collines-de-l’Outaouais. Artists from the region have been asked to create these sculptures that represent the important history of each community related to water, a unifying theme of the journey.

The proposal of artist John-Philippe Smith was selected by the Municipality of Pontiac from 8 projects following a public competition launched last summer. The work “At the Crossroads” is inspired by the ancient military bounds that are found along the roads from ancient Rome, but also the obelisks which, over the centuries, served to commemorate the memory of an event or a person. The sculpture, 8 feet high, is oriented according to the cardinal points.

Originally from Pontiac, John-Philippe Smith is a professional sculptor and engraver whose works and practice are rooted in history and traditions. He won several prizes including a first place at the European Stone Festival in 2015.

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Green party of Quebec leader, Alex Tyrrell, in the Pontiac

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The Leader of the Green Party of Quebec, Alex Tyrrell, was at CHIP 101,9 today to talk about The green Party's platform in the upcoming elections on October 1st: This year, the Green Party of Quebec, who had previously kept neutral regarding Quebec national question, finally took a stands on (...)

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Campbell's Bay Summer Festival 2018

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The Campbell's Bay Summer Festival 2018 kicks off this Friday August 17th at the ball field in Campbell's bay. This is year 4 of the fundraising event and the key organiser and councilmen for the municipality of Campbell's Bay, Tim Ferrigan, told CHIP 101,9 that he's hopeful for another (...)

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A first “successful” edition

13 August 2018

The First edition of the Festival international du Cinéma des Femmes de Fort-Coulonge wrapped up yesterday night. Key promoter and organiser of the festival, Suzanne Vallière-Nolet, gave CHIP a positive review of the weekend. What marked the event was the presence of international Film Producer (...)

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Roxane Bruneau will be in concert in the Pontiac

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The MRC Pontiac announced this week that singer/song writer Roxane Bruneau will be the first performance of the artistic program 2018-2019. The first performance will be at Sieur de Coulonge High school in Mansfield on Thursday September 27. Tickets will be available for $25 here at CHIP (...)

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Sold out on opening night of the FICFFC

10 August 2018

The Festival international du Cinéma des femmes de Fort-Coulonge kicked off last night. CHIP's Élizabeth Séguin was on site to get comments from a member of the Organisation Phare Ouest Louis Harvey: Note that this is a free event but places are limited so those wanting to attend have to reserve (...)

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Curling at Centre de Loisirs des Draveur in Fort-Coulonge

10 August 2018

On top on the restructuring project at the Centre des Loisirs des Draveurs for the new Junior A team in team in the Pontiac, the Pontiac Comets, the general manager of the Arena, Gaétan Graveline, told CHIP about a new curling club that he hopes will be ready and established before Christmas. (...)

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