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Visit of the Prime Ministers of Quebec and Canada to the Outaouais
Article published on 12 May 2017
last modification on 14 May 2017
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard were in Gatineau yesterday in to see and asses the floods. The member of Parliament for Pontiac Will Amos had the chance to talk to Justin Trudeau about the situation in the Pontiac:

Clip 1 - Will Amos

The role of the Canadian armed forces in clean-up following flooding was also discussed:

Clip 2 - Will Amos

The full interview with Pontiac MP Will Amos is available here.

Trudeau-Couillard en Outaouais

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MRC Looks at mid-year status

At the Pontiac MRC Council meeting, the mayors and representatives from the region met in Campbell’s Bay. Among other things, the MRC took the opportunity to evaluate the mid-year status of the community. The MRC invested a total of 257,525 in the agriculture, tourism and socio-community sectors.

Its investments were in the form of donations and sponsorships, grants and loans.
$ 173,475 was in loans, about $ 84,000 in grants and $ 2,250 in donations and sponsorships.

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Vandalism on the cycloparc PPJ

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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MRC Inspiring women to seek public office

In view of the municipal elections that are coming up shortly, the Pontiac residents interested in active politics, or who want to engage in their community, are invited to come and talk with inspiring women on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 from 5:00 pm to 8:15 pm in the Elsie Gibbons Room of the MRC Pontiac in Campbell’s Bay. The panel will be composed of mayors and municipal councillors from the MRC de Pontiac along with the Warden of the MRC de Papineau, Paulette Lalande. This activity aims to encourage more women to run for municipal elections in November 2017 is offered by AGIR Outaouais and the Fédération québécoise des municipalités.

«For» more information, visit the Pontiac MRC website at

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Patro received over $12,000 from Summer jobs program

The Patro de Fort-Coulonge has received support from the federal government through the Canada Summer Jobs program, which provides funding for student employment to support organizations or victims of flooding. From the Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield Patro Suzanne Dazé says that due to the floods lots of opportunities for student were lost this year but also some opportunities were created:

Le Patro reçoit plus de 12 000$ d’Emplois d’été Canada

According to Pontiac MP William Amos: This financial assistance is a concrete measure by the federal government to help employers affected by the floods of 2017. The contribution to the Patro Fort-Coulonge / Mansfield is $ 12,625 for a total of 4 jobs.

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