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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 role of the forest sector in clean economic growth according to Will Amos
Article published on 7 February 2018
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Pontiac MP William Amos participated yesterday in the opening panel for PaperWeek 2018, an annual conference of the pulp and paper industry in Canada, held in Montreal. He reaffirmed the federal government’s commitment to support the forestry industry by investing in research to develop new products and creating economic opportunities for Aboriginal communities and rural communities.

Mr. Amos discussed federal initiatives in making the Canadian economy greener. Canada’s forestry sector employs over 200,000 people and contributes more than $ 21 billion to the gross domestic product. In the riding of Pontiac, the forestry industry is an important economic sector that has marked the social, environmental, and economic culture of the region, according to a release issued by the office of Mr. Amos.

This industry is fundamentally different from other natural resource sectors in its carbon mitigation potential, be it high the quality of sustainable wood products, bioenergy and bioproducts production, as well as the sustainable and extensively sustainable operations. Emerging technologies represent the future of the Canadian pulp and paper sector and will enable it to remain competitive while reducing its environmental impact.

For this reason, the federal government has launched the $ 155-million Clean Growth Program that will fund clean technology projects in the energy, mining and forestry sectors to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve environmental outcomes.

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LiveWell Foods Project; little detail but an interesting project for the Pontiac economy judge Jane Toller

19 February 2018

Pontiac MRC Warden Jane Toller gave an interview to CHIP 101.9 regarding the LiveWell Foods Canada's project, going forward to build a state of the art facility for cannabis research and production in Litchfield. Jane Toller explained that the MRC was not consulted on the project: Jane Toller (...)

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Pontiac resident wanted to CISSS board

19 February 2018

Citizens who want to apply for a position on the Board of Directors of the Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux de l'Outaouais can still do so. There is one week left for those interested in sitting on the board to submit their name in a process organized by the Ministry of Health and (...)

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Presentation of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities Funding Programs

19 February 2018

The MRC Pontiac invites municipalities and non-profit organizations to a presentation on the funding programs of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). FCM provides grants for proposals, studies and pilot projects as well as grants and loans for capital projects in three key areas: (...)

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Fishing tournament for the Fort-Coulonge Fire Department

19 February 2018

The Fort-Coulonge Fire Department is organizing an ice fishing tournament next Saturday at Grand Marais. From the Fire Department, Jonathan Soucie says that the funds will be used to buy essential equipment for the Fire Department: Several activities for the whole family have been organized. (...)

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Last day to get tickets for the Business Excellence Awards Gala

16 February 2018

A reminder that today is the deadline to purchase tickets for the sixth annual Business Excellence Awards Gala, organized by the Pontiac Chamber of Commerce. The evening will be held on Friday, February 23 at 6 pm at the Pontiac Conference Center. This is an opportunity for business people of (...)

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Activities in Pontiac this weekend

16 February 2018

The Commissioner of Marketing for the MRC Pontiac, Jérémi Vaillancourt, presents activities available this weekend in the region. Jérémi Vaillancourt talks with us every week to give an overview of the tourist attractions available in the MRC. More information on these activities are available on (...)

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