Nouvelles Local dans la Municipalité de Pontiac - Local news in the Municipality of Pontiac
Our last profile is of Jean Côté, who is running for the position of councilor of Ward 1. It proved impossible to interview Mr. Côté in person. Our gratitude to him for emailing his answers to us.
Our next profile is of Scott McDonald, running for councilor of Ward 4. Due to time constraints, Mr. McDonald has kindly agreed to email his answer to us. This is not an interview.
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.
Our next interview is with Sue Lamont, running for councilor for ward 4.
After a night of heavy rainfall overnight Sunday, residents in Cedarvale in ward 6 are once again dealing with more unwanted water.
These images were taken on Terry Fox and Cedarvale roads.
Après de fortes pluies pendant la nuit du 30 octobre 2017 les résidents de Cedarvale dans le quartier six de la municipalité de Pontiac se retrouvent face à l'eau non désirée une fois de plus.
Les images du coin des chemins Terry Fox et Cedarvale.
Our next interview is with Isabelle Patry, running as councilor for Ward 5.
Our next interview is with Ricky Knox, running for councilor of Ward 5.
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.