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2022-05-11

2022-05-09

Fire Ban in or near the forest

 

2022-02-18

Launch of the new territorial brand 'The Pontiac, 14,000 reasons

This unifying and distinctive territorial brand positions the Pontiac as a region of 14,000 km2 supported by 14,000 citizens. So many reasons to visit, to love, to choose, to live, to undertake and to believe: “The Pontiac. 14,000 reasons”.

 

The new visual identity is now unveiled on social networks and the website is online at destinationpontiac.ca.

 

https://fb.watch/bdksreZgOu/

 

2021-09-08

Public notice of election

 

 


 

POTABLE WATER TESTING

https://www.labenvironex.com/en/

 

EMERGENCY SERVICES

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Power Outage Information

 

FLOODING - Instructions if you have an artesian or surface well

 

Instructions to be Followed
When Land is Flooded

In Order to Prevent Health Risks

 

FLOODING ALERTS

 

What to do during a flood? Click here

 


 

 


 

FLOOD SEASON IS APPROACHING. ARE YOU READY?
You may monitor the Ottawa River water levels and obtain important information by clicking on the following link:

Link to River Levels and Flows

For additional  assistance please contact the municipal office at 819-648-5511 (daytime) or for emergency situations call 819-209-2802 or 613-281-4004 (nights and weekends) or email us at litchfield@mrcpontiac.qc.ca

 


CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

TRANSFER SITE ATTENDANT AND PUBLIC WORKS 
Part-time – permanent and seasonal position

 

TRANSFER SITE ATTENDANT AND PUBLIC WORKS
The MUNICIPALITY OF LITCHFIELD is accepting applications for one (1) combined position of transfer site attendant and public works.

 

PRESS RELEASE

2021-06-10

FIRE BAN

All open fires are banned until further notice. Thank you for respecting the security measures.

 

2021-06-02

Litchfield, June 1, 2021 – MRC Pontiac municipalities to lower flags in half-mast in memory of the 215 residential school victims who were recently discovered in Kamloops, B.C.

 

2021-06-01

MOBILE VACCINATION CLINICS IN THE PONTIAC AREA

 

2021-05-28

PREVENTIVE CLOSURE OF ROUTE 301 IN THORNE
On May 28, the ministère des Transports completely closed route 301, at the intersection with chemin Crawford, in Thorne. The decision was taken as a preventive action to ensure the safety of users following the inspection of the culvert.


Route 301 will be closed for an indefinite period, until the replacement of the culvert. The Ministère is making every effort to begin the work in the next weeks, due to the preparation needed to adjust the work to certain characteristics of the culvert to be replaced.


The closure of route 301 is announced on Québec 511, as well as on variable message signs and traffic signs installed in strategic locations on the road network.


Users are invited to take the detour set up via route 148 and route 303 and to plan their trips.


The Ministère is aware of the inconvenience and thanks road users for their cooperation. Information about the execution of the work will be provided in a timely manner.


For more information
For a comment or an enquiry, please contact the Direction générale de l’Outaouais by calling 511 or by visiting the Contact Us section of the Ministère’s website at www.transports.gouv.qc.ca.

 

2021-03-24

The MRC Pontiac is very proud to announce the official launch of our online farmers marketplace FlavoursofthePontiac.ca.

You will find the press release attached.

We also encourage you do follow Flavours of the Pontiac on Facebook and Instagram.

 

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2022 Council meetings

January 10

7:00 pm

February 7

7:00 pm

March 7

7:00 pm

April 4

7:00 pm

May 2

7:00 pm

June 6

7:00 pm

July 5

7:00 pm

August 8

7:00 pm

September 6

7:00 pm

October 3

7:00 pm

November 7

7:00 pm

December 5

7:00 pm

 

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BULLETIN

 

2018 Bulletin