The offices of the MRC Pontiac will be closed for a week due to lack of personnel
Article published on 16 April 2021
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The offices of the MRC Pontiac will be closed for a week due to lack of personnel according to a press release sent in the last hours.

The MRC Pontiac team would like to inform the population that we will be limiting our services at our offices in Litchfield for a week effective immediately. The building will be closed to the public at this time. This change is due to a sudden lack of personnel. Our staff will continue to be available by email and inquiries can still be made by telephone at 819-648-5689 ext. 0.

The license bureau (SAAQ) will remain open by appointment only. Any client requiring our
services can call 1-800-361-7620 or can book an appointment online at the following link:
https://saaq.gouv.qc.ca/prise-de-rendez-vous/?point-de-service=MRCPontiac. The offices are
closed to anyone who does not have an appointment confirmed by our staff.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that this change may cause. We ask that you
please be patient with our team at this time.

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