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Nouvelles dans le quartier 6 dans la municipalité de Pontiac - News in ward 6 in the Municipality of Pontiac

Municipal electoral boundaries changed to reflect population

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Kate Aley

It was announced at June’s council meeting that the electoral boundaries had been changed for the Municipality of Pontiac (MoP). Pontiac 2020 asked MoP communications officer Dominic Labrie some more questions about the changes.

P2020: Why was it necessary to change the boundaries?

If I can't see you, then I'm not there

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Thomas Soulière

In 2013, the Municipality of Pontiac’s council voted to install stop signs in the north and south directions of Terry Fox road at chemin Lavigne near the location of a steep hill in order to slow motorists as they travel a stretch of road which has no sidewalks.  Shortly afterwards, the signs were vandalized and removed by persons unknown, leading drivers to believe that they were no longer required to stop at the intersection.

Transport Canada to inspect sunken trailer in Ottawa River

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CBC News | Ottawa

Transport Canada says it will inspect a sunken trailer in the Ottawa River to determine whether it qualifies under law as an "obstacle," but the question of who will remove it remains open.

The abandoned camper trailer was used as an ice fishing hut last winter, but became mostly submerged when the ice melted. 

The top of the trailer can be seen from the end of Chemin Terry Fox, which separates Gatineau from the Municipality of Pontiac. It sits about 100 metres from shore, roughly on the border between the two jurisdictions.

Alain David: giving the gift of life, literally

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Kate Aley

We frequently hear about lives saved by organs from deceased donors, but far less about a quiet but remarkable group: live donors. 

Breckenridge’s Alain David is in his first week of recovery after having his left kidney removed and given to a total stranger whom he will never meet. This decision to undergo the operation was not a spontaneous one.

TWO (2) MALES ARRESTED CAUGHT RED HANDED IN BREAK AND ENTER

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Sécurité Publique MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais

VLA PÊCHE, APRIL 4 , 2016 — This afternoon, around 13:15 hrs, two (2) 24 year old Gatineau men were caught red-handed as they were just leaving a residence they had burglered on Soulière Crescent, in the Municipality of Pontiac.

ARRESTATION DE DEUX (2) HOMMES EN FLAGRANT DÉLIT D’INTRODUCTION PAR EFFRACTION

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Sécurité Publique MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais

LA PÊCHE, LE 4 AVRIL 2016 — Vers 13 h 15 cet après-midi, sur le Croissant Soulière, dans la municipalité de Pontiac, deux (2) hommes de 24 ans de Gatineau furent pris la main dans le sac alors qu’ils venaient tout juste de quitter une résidence qu’ils venaient de dérober.

Pontiac dit oui aux GPS, non aux parcs

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Marie-Claude Pineau

En mai, plusieurs résidents ont demandé au conseil municipal de Pontiac d'aménager les parcs prévus au budget 2014. Le maire a répondu que l'argent n'était plus disponible et que les projets ne pourraient être réalisés dans un avenir rapproché.

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Pique-nique familiale - Community Family Picnic

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Groupe Action Jeunesse
Pique-nique familiale en collaboration avec Les Aigles d’Or

Le dimanche 10 août de 13h00 à 18h00 au Parc Récréatif au 3206 route 148

Gratuit pour tous: Maquillage (13h30 à 15h30), animation et structures gonflables, musique (Northern Knights).

Tournoi de fer pour adulte mixte.

Gratuit pour la famille avec achat de carte de membre Chasse et Pêche (10$) : Blé d’inde, hot-dog, breuvage, etc...

Apportez vos chaises et table s, chapiteau sur place.

Pour information : Roméo Bélisle 819-455-9528.
www.gajluskville.com ou 819-208-2789


Groupe Action Jeunesse
Community Family Picnic in collaboration with Les Aigles d’Or

On August 10, 1PM-6PM at the Luskville Recreational Park, 3206 route 148

Animation, face painting, and inflatable structure. Entertainment by: Northern Knights.

Horseshoes tournament for adult (mixes).

Free hot-dog and corn roast for those who purchase a family hunting and fishing membership card valued at $10.00.

here will be a tent on site in case of rain. Please bring your own chairs and tables.

For additional info please contact: Roméo Bélisle at 819-455-9528

www.gajluskville.com ou 819-208-2789

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