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Nouvelles dans le quartier 2 dans la municipalité de Pontiac - News in ward 2 in the Municipality of Pontiac

Elle est ici: la fierté de la population rehaussé

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Kate Aley

translation: 

Guy Faubert

 

 

Jetez un coup d'oeil à votre boîte aux lettres.  Une nouvelle impression de la carte de la municipalité de Pontiac sera en circulation dans quelques semaines, montrant tous les quartiers et les détails compliqués des routes et des chemins de notre municipalité, avec les chemins existants le long des plages.  Cette carte a été créée pour remplacer l'ancienne version qui n'est plus à jour.

Cinq mille de ces cartes seront postées à la population de notre municipalité.   Les coûts de cette impression sont absorbés par les commerces et les associations communautaires qui utiliseront des espaces pour la publicité alloués à cette fin. "Les cartes seront aussi disponibles à l'hôtel de ville ainsi que dans les dépanneurs de la municipalité.", d'expliquer M. Dominique Labrie, agent de communicaton pour la municipalité. " Les cartes seront aussi envoyées à la Commission de la Capitale Nationale à Gatineau et Ottawa ainsi qu'à Tourisme Outaouais."

 M.Labrie rapporte que la carte aura nécessité environ deux mois pour être complétée.  .Elle a été finalisée entre deux inondations, a-t-il dit avec un sourire.  Plus de temps pour s'assurer de l'exactitude ainsi que la permission d'utiliser quelques photographies. "Nous voulions des photos de la région pour attirer les gens ici. La population de Pontiac a de quoi être fière de sa région."

Un nouveau groupe de marcheurs

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by: 

Kate Aley

translation: 

Guy Faubert

Sur la photo: l'infirmière Katie Taylor a lacé ses espadrilles et est maintenant prête à prendre la route.

Maintes études médicales ont prouvé que faire de l'exercice régulièrement serait bénéfique pour la santé et la mobilité.  Maintenant, le Pontiac a une autre opportunité de se mettre debout et de participer.  Les Marcheurs du Pontiac (MP) est une nouvelle initiative créée par le Groupe de médecine familiale (GMF) de Shawville pour encourager la population à prendre des marches régulièrement. 

We are here: new municipal map helps residents feel pride

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Kate Aley

 

Watch your mail boxes! A brand new map of the Municipality of Pontiac (MoP) will be on its way you within the next few weeks. Showing the entire area of the municipality as well as details of the more complicated street systems in villages and along the beaches, the map was created to replace a much older black and white version that had become obsolete.

Les réparations sur le pont Egan affecteront la circulation

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by: 

Kate Aley

translation: 

Guy Faubert

Le sept juillet, le Ministère des Transports du Québec annonçait que des réparations allaient être effectuées au pont de la rivière Quyon sur le chemin Egan à partir du 10 juillet.

New walking group gets community moving

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Kate Aley

Countless medical studies have proven that regular exercise is vital for health and mobility. Now Pontiac has one more opportunity to get up and go. Pontiac Walks (PW) is a new initiative created by the Groupe de ​Médecine Familiale (GMF) based in Shawville to encourage people to take regular walks.

Above, RN Katie Taylor is laced up and ready to hit the pavement.

Signaux d'alerte pour le feu: les panneaux d'avertissement SOPFEU enlevé

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by: 

Kate Aley

translation: 

Guy Faubert

En conduisant ma voiture de Shawville vers Quyon, j'ai remarqué que le panneau d'avertissement pour les dangers du feu avait disparu de l'intersection du chemin Clarendon et de la route 148.  On ne l'a pas enlevé pour une simple réparation, il est bien parti pour de bon.

Smoke signals: fire signs come down across MoP

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Kate Aley

So.

I was driving from Shawville to Quyon recently and noticed that the fire danger sign at the intersection of Clarendon St. and Hwy. 148 is gone. Not just taken down for repairs. It's gone, gone, gone for good.

The Highway 148 Effect

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We have a smooth, fast highway for a country road. Now, at the end of June, when most roads are still pockmarked after the long winter and the rainy spring, we are a ribbon of road that invites stupidity. Some people blame the road, but it is not the road that is dangerous, it's the drivers. They are in an excessive hurry, they pass on double lines and on blind corners, they are on their phones, they've had a few drinks, they are high, they are possibly not even licensed drivers. 

Quyon Maison de la Famille: standing strong and shining brightly

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Kate Aley

That's about the size of it! Executive Director Catherine Beaudet stretches her arms wide in happiness and gratitude as she describes the past year of events and achievements at the Quyon Maison de la Famille's annual general meeting on June 20.

From left: ED Catherine Beaudet with board members Maude-Emmanuelle Lambert and Sara-Lynn McCann.

The Maison de la Famille de Quyon (MdlFQ) continues to be a remarkable and vital mainstay in this community. In her AGM notes, Beaudet compared the Centre to a lighthouse which stands and shines over the community of Pontiac.

Just horsing around: Pontiac Equestrian Association fun day

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Kate Aley

Obstacle courses are always fun and they're double the fun on horseback. The Pontiac Equestrian Association (PEA) held their annual "no-fuss fun day" at the Leblanc-Bedard farm on Wilson Road in Quyon on June 11. Twenty-one riders took part in the event, guiding their trusty steeds through such challenges as the Tipping Bridge (a wide wooden ramp balanced across a log), the Swampy Pond (a blue tarp filled with foam shapes) and the terrifying and hilarious Noodle Monster (a gateway lined with flailing pool noodles).

Être fort,Pontiac: un gymnase communautaire bientôt dans Quyon.

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by: 

Kate Aley

translation: 

Guy Faubert

Se mettre en forme et rester fort sont intégralement liés pour une vie en santé. Ces objectifs à atteindre seront facilités dans la municipalité de Pontiac par la directrice de la Maison de la Famille de Quyon Catherine Beaudet qui a rassemblé le financement nécessaire pour supporter la démarche de création d'un gymnase communautaire dans Quyon.

Be strong, Pontiac: community gym coming to Quyon

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Kate Aley

Getting fit and staying strong is an integral part of healthy living. Now these goals will be even easier to achieve in this municipality.

Catherine Beaudet, executive director of the Quyon Maison de la Famille (QMdlF), has managed to find funding to support the creation of a community gymnasium based in Quyon.

The news was made public at the QMdlF's Annual General Meeting on June 20. Beaudet had promised a special announcement after the usual AGM  business and she certainly delivered.

Celebrating living heritage, honouring the past: National Aboriginal Day

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Kate Aley

Logo of the First Nations tribe in the Municipality of Pontiac.

June 21 is Canada's National Aboriginal Day (NAD), created to recognize the history, culture and contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. According to the Indigenous and Northern Affairs page of Canada.ca website, the Canadian Constitution recognizes these three groups as Aboriginal peoples, also known as Indigenous Peoples.

Pontiac 2020.ca asked Quyon's Garry Belair, Chief White Owl, now in his fifth year of leadership of the Pontiac Algonkin Outaouais tribe, to explain the significance of the day.

The Pontiac Artists' Studio Tour: Cheryl Dolan

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Kate Aley


The second painter hailing from the Municipality of Pontiac on the Pontiac Artists' Associations' studio tour this year is Cheryl Dolan. She welcomed visitors to her charming Quyon home studio this weekend as part of the unique opportunity for the public to see where art is made.


A popular Tour stop, Pontiac2020.ca asked Cheryl a few questions.

Cheers to the volunteers: breakfast club celebration

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Kate Aley

A good breakfast is the best way to start the day. And, every day across Canada, volunteers assemble at elementary schools at 6:30 a.m. to make sure young students get that best start.

On June 6, Le Club des petits déjeuners (The Breakfast Club) volunteers from Notre Dame de la Joie in Luskville and Ste. Marie in Quyon gathered to be rewarded with a breakfast of their own. But first they served breakfast for the kids of course!

After the flood: the Quyon Community Centre

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Kate Aley

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Guy Faubert


The flood last month took its toll on many riverside properties and the Lions Club hall on Ferry Road in Quyon was no exception. Indeed, the parking area of the hall frequently goes underwater in early spring. Now, pending the demolition of the building and the construction of a new one, Pontiac2020.ca asked the very busy Dominic Labrie, communication agent for the Municipality of Pontiac, three quick questions about the matter.

Après les inondations: Le Centre Communautaire de Quyon

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by: 

Kate Aley

translation: 

Guy Faubert


Les inondations du mois de mai dernier ont fait payer cher les riverains de la municipalité de Pontiac,de même que l'édifice du Club Lions sur le chemin du Ferry à Quyon n'a pas été épargné.  Même que régulièrement, le terrain de stationnement de cet édifice se retrouve sous l'eau à chaque début de printemps.  En attendant la démolition et la reconstruction d'un nouvel édifice,  Pontiac 2020.ca,a demandé à l'agent de communication de la municipalité de Pontiac,  M.Dominic Labrie, qui malgré son temps limité, a répondu à trois de nos questions.

LES VOIES NAVIGUABLES DU PONTIAC: le nouveau sentier touristique se fera en juin

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Kate Aley

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Guy Faubert

À partir du mois de juin,vous pourrez observez sur la route aux abords du chemin Wilson à Luskville une nouvelle signalisation touristique.Cette signalisation installé pour la préparation de la nouvelle initiative touristique historique,pour le nouveau Chemin d'Eau se fera le 19 juin.

The waterways of the Pontiac: new tourist trail to launch in June

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Kate Aley

Sharp-eyed road sign readers will have noticed these new additions to our highway, this one opposite Chemin Wilson in Luskville. They have been erected in preparation for the launch of a new historical tourist initiative, Chemins d'Eau, on June 19.

Spring floods: what happened and what comes next?

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Kate Aley

The traumatic crisis is over; the exhausting clean-up now begins.

Pontiac2020.ca asked Municipality of Pontiac's communications officer Dominic Labrie five quick questions about the flood and what we can expect to happen next.

Above: Sand bags packed and ready at Quyon Fire Station, Tuesday morning.

Pontiac2020.ca: What was the first day you realized that people with houses along the river were going to be in trouble?

Calling history buffs and drama lovers! Theatre Wakefield is coming to Pontiac

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Peter MacGibbon

Dear friends in the Pontiac,

Theatre Wakefield’s newest play, A Summer… A Fair, is bringing the heritage of the Outaouais to life in the Pontiac this summer.

The one-hour cabaret-style show – written by renowned Chelsea musician and playwright Ian Tamblyn – combines history, amusing stories and characters from our rural past with rousing songs and music.

You’re invited to a Networking Session to help promote this tour across the Pontiac:

Red Cross prepares for second stage of flood relief

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Kate Aley

By coincidence or possibly serendipity, this week was the Canadian Red Cross's emergency preparedness week.... And we are all very grateful for the help from Red Cross.

As of this afternoon, (May 10), over $1.7M was raised by the public via the Red Cross to support those affected by this years flooding.

Pontiac2020.ca spoke to Quebec's regional vice president of the Red Cross, Pascal Mathieu. 

Josée Bellerose: finding peace beyond your dreams

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Kate Aley

Peace and natural beauty is all around Josée Bellerose’s house in Quyon. Her hope is that people can find peace, safety and forgiveness inside themselves.

Bellerose is a psychic medium and intuitive counsellor, able to channel divine healing energy. Yet she entered this line of work in an unconventional way. Bellerose’s first experience with healing energy came about five years ago at her business, the Centre de Santé Beauté Aylmer, where she worked full-time as a massage therapist.

Annual Texas Hold‘Em Poker Tournament

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Hosted by
Quyon Canada Day Committee

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at the Bert Kennedy Centre (Women’s Institute Hall)

885 Clarendon Street

Registration: 12:30 PM Games begin at 1:00

Cost: $40  -  Light Supper Included

Great Prizes to be Won!!

For further information, please contact   Wayne Ramsay – 819-458-2313

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