Evénements dans la municipalité de Pontiac - Events in the Municipality of Pontiac
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.
Our next interview is with Leslie-Anne Barber, candidate for Ward 6.
Today, the 19th of October, the remaining concrete and twisted rubbish was scooped off the site of the Beach Barn.
Our next interview is with Jean Paquin, candidate for Ward 6.
Today, Wednesday October 18th, the Quyon Community Centre, affectionately (and occasionally not-so-affectionately) dubbed the Beach Barn, was demolished.
Our next interview is with Nancy Draper-Maxsom, who seeking her second mandate as councilor for Ward 1.
Our next profile is with Garry Dagenais, running to become councilor for Ward 2.
Our next interview is with Susan McKay, running for Ward 2.
Our second interview in our candidates series is Joanne Labadie, who is running for mayor.
"At the Crossroads", an eight-foot tall obelisk, was officially dedicated at the Luskville Community Centre on Saturday, October 7. Each side of the monument is symbolic of the municipality’s history, showing aspects of local geology and biology, as well as the lives of First Nations people and European settlers.