A Tale of Two Approaches

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Sheila McCrindle and Kevin Brady

See Also: When you live in a place without curbs, does it make sense to have ‘curbside’ collection of compost?

The MRC des Collines de Gatineau is comprised of 7 municipalities. The smallest Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette is small enough to be exempt from complying with the Provincial Residuals Strategy. The two most densely populated, Cantley and Chelsea, have respectively 83 and 60 people per square kilometre. These two municipalities also have the highest median household income by a considerable margin.

The other four municipalities each have a population density of 30 people or less per sq. km. With La Peche and Pontiac having an extremely low density of 13 /sq. km. The other 3 low-density municipalities have sensibly opted to promote home composting. Only Pontiac has decided that household collection is a good option.

Val des Monts http://www.val-des-monts.net/11-environnement#compostage

La Peche http://www.villelapeche.qc.ca/en/municipal-services/publicworks/composting/

L’Ange Gardien https://municipalitedelangegardien.com/?p=1243

Nos autres nouvelles / Our other News

Election 2017: Josée Graveline Davis

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Kate Aley

Our next candidate is Josée Graveline Davis, running for the position of councilor for Ward 4. Due to the lack of available time, Mme. Graveline Davis has kindly emailed in her own answers for her profile. This is not an interview.

MNA André Fortin named as new Minister of Transport

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Kate Aley

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Following a cabinet reshuffle on October 11, Liberal member for Pontiac, André​ Fortin was named as provincial Minister of Transport, Sustainable Mobility and Transport Electrification, succeeding Laurent Lessard.

Above, André​ Fortin with Premier Philippe Couillard (standing behind him) at his swearing-in ceremony at the National Assembly in Quebec.

Pontiac2020.ca asked Fortin about his new role.

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