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Vandalism on the cycloparc PPJ
Article published on 17 August 2017
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In a press release, the Pontiac MRC described the recent acts of vandalism on the cycloparc PPJ as the last straw and that the Council will appeal to the Sûreté du Québec to enforce the law before a serious accident occurs.

Broken gates, drivers spinning their wheels to pitch gravel onto the cycling surface from the trail’s edge, or to dig furrows between the gate openings where cyclists pass to access the trail, are among recent nuisances which seem to have no other objective than to inconvenience cyclists and eat away at the MRC’s maintenance budgets. However, the Pontiac MRC points out that these acts of vandalism are likely to be much more serious than mere material loss.

Deputy Director of Pontiac RCM Gabriel Lance explained that “Open gates are an invitation for any motorized vehicles to venture onto the path, which endangers the lives of users. We’re lucky we’ve not had a serious injury to date”.

The MRC Council reacted by mandating Warden Raymond Durocher to work with the Sûreté du Québec, in order to find solutions and enforce the current regulations. The Warden said “Obviously the threat of fines alone is not enough to keep motorized vehicles off the bike path,” Raymond Durocher recognizes the challenge of monitoring 92 km long trail.

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The Quebec NDP running a candidate in the riding of Pontiac: Samuel Gendron

20 June 2018

A new party will appear on the Quebec ballot in the October 1 provincial election, the New Democratic Party of Quebec (NPDQ). This party also organized last weekend a nomination for constituencies in the Outaouais. Samuel Gendron, a native of Aylmer, was nominated for the riding of Pontiac. (...)

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Four candidates for the by-election on Grand Calumet Island

20 June 2018

The municipality of Île-du-Grand-Calumet has informed its citizens of the candidates for the by-election scheduled for Sunday, July 15. The nomination period closed on 15th June. Among the 4 candidates, is Irene Nadeau, former mayor who had resigned from the position in June 2016. The other (...)

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Forum 2018: Social and Community Development in the Pontiac

20 June 2018

Next fall, the Pontiac will host a Community and Social Development Forum, with the goal of improving the living conditions of residents. CHIP 101.9 spoke with the Director General of the Pontiac Community Development Corporation (CDC), Michel Vallières, about the Forum. This gathering, the (...)

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MRC meeting of mayors tonight

20 June 2018

A reminder that tonight is the meeting of mayors of the MRC Pontiac in the Elsie Gibbons Hall at 6 pm in the MRC Pontiac Offices in Campbell's Bay. Pontiac residents are welcome to learn about the latest developments in the MRC. - News / politique, (...)

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Mansfield celebrates Canada

19 June 2018

The Canada Day celebrations at Amyotte Park in Mansfield are fast approaching. In addition to headliners such as Martin Deschamps and the band Xception who will take the stage Saturday, June 30, Mansfield Firefighter Sylvain Bégin says that there are lots of attractions for families. Mr Bégin (...)

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2018 Forum for Social and Community Development in the Pontiac

19 June 2018

Yesterday, the Pontiac Community Development Corporation (CDC) announced in a press release that on November 16, 2018, the 2018 Forum for Social and Community Development in the Pontiac will be held with the aim to improve the living conditions for those in the Pontiac. The event is the result (...)

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