Updated: April 19, 2016
Morin Heights Selected as Finalist
Morin-Heights has been selected as a finalist for the Air Miles Detour cross Canada competition! Five Canadian cities were selected because music holds an important place for them. The city that will have accumulated the most votes (one Air Mile
equals one vote) will host a concert by world-renown singer Meghan Trainor next August! Every citizen of the region will be invited to this music celebration!
Support Team Morin-Heights! Each Air Mile you will accumulate between May 1 and May 31 will be a vote for Morin-Heights.
To register: detour.airmiles.ca
Updated: April 16, 2016
Sainte Agathe Academy Presents
Written by Tim Kelly and Craig Sodaro
This is a double-spoof of Charles Dicken’s classic story and early TV private eyes.
The play opens with detective “Chuck” Dickens and his lovely assistant, Nancy being hired to solve their most challenging case: find and recuse the lost Oliver Twist.
Through a serious of hilarious flashbacks, the details surrounding this case are revealed and come together in a mind-blowing finale that will change Oliver’s life forever.
Thursday, April 28: 7 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)
Ste-Agathe Academy Gymnasium
Tickets: Adults $8 / students $5
Updated: June 20, 2015
Temporary road closure of rue Laurier - Lachute
As of today, the Ville de Lachute will be proceeding with reparations to the sanitary system on rue Laurie. For the duration of the work, rue Laurier will be closed between rue Providence and he emergency entrance to the hospital. A detour has been set up using rue Hamford, Legault and du Pavillon. Reparations are expected to be finished Wednesday morning.
Fermeture temporaire de la rue Laurier - Lachute
Lundi, le 22 juin 2015 - La Ville de Lachute procédera aujourd’hui à des travaux de réparations d’égouts sanitaires sur la rue Laurier. Pour la durée des travaux, la rue Laurier sera donc fermée à la circulation, entre l’avenue Providence et l’entrée de l’urgence à l’hôpital de Lachute. Un chemin de détour est prévu vers l’avenue Hamford, et les rues Legault et du Pavillon. La fin des travaux est prévue pour ce mercredi matin.
Updated: May 7, 2015
PROHIBITION ON OPEN FIRES
There are presently 11 active fires in Quebec. Since the beginning of the season, there have been 127 forest fires, and 99 since May 1, affecting 143 hectares. Over the past 10 years during the same time period there were 90 fires reported, affecting a total of 78 hectares.
The Society for the Protection of Forests from fires (SOPFEU) informs you that the Minister of Forests, Wildlife and Parks has taken the decision to prohibit open fires in or near wooded areas as of May 6. It is essential that the entire populace collaborate during the fire ban. This measure has been put into action to limit the danger of forest fires. Please respect the ban and be vigilant!
The affected sectors are the following:
CAPITALE-NATIONALE: L’Île-d’Orléans (20) and Québec (23), La Côte-de- Beaupré (21), La Jacques-Cartier (22), Portneuf (34) for sections south of 47e paralllel;
CENTRE-DU-QUÉBEC: L’Érable (32), Bécancour (38), Arthabaska (39), Drummond (49), Nicolet-Yamaska (50);
CHAUDIÈRE-APPALACHES: L’Islet (17), Montmagny (18), Bellechasse (19), Lévis (251), La Nouvelle-Beauce (26), Robert-Cliche (27), Les Etchemins (28), Beauce-Sartigan (29), Les Appalaches (31), Lotbinière (33);
ESTRIE: Le Granit (30), Les Sources (40), Le Haut-Saint-François (41), Le Val- Saint-François (42), Sherbrooke (43), Coaticook (44), Memphrémagog (45);
OUTAOUAIS: Papineau (80), Gatineau (81), Les Collines-de-l’Outaouais (82) et La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau (83) et Pontiac (84) for sections south of the 47e parallel;
LANAUDIÈRE: D’Autray (52), L’Assomption (60), Joliette (61), Matawinie (62) (south of 47e parallel), Montcalm (63), Les Moulins (64);
LAURENTIDES: Deux-Montagnes (72), Thérèse-De Blainville (73), Mirabel (74), La Rivière-du-Nord (75), Argenteuil (76), Les Pays-d’en-Haut (77), Les Laurentides (78), Antoine-Labelle (79) (south of 47e parallel;
LAVAL: Laval (65);
MAURICIE: Mékinac (35) (south of 47e parallel, Shawinigan
(36), Trois-Rivières (371), Les Chenaux (372), Maskinongé (51);
MONTÉRÉGIE : Brome-Missisquoi (46), La Haute-Yamaska (47), Acton (48), Pierre-De Saurel (53), Les Maskoutains (54), Rouville (55), Le Haut-Richelieu (56), La Vallée-du-Richelieu (57), Longueuil (58), Marguerite-D’Youville (59), Roussillon (67), Les Jardins-de-Napierville (68), Le Haut-Saint-Laurent (69), Beauharnois-Salaberry (70), Vaudreuil-Soulanges (71) ;
MONTRÉAL: Montréal (66).
Updated: March 26, 2015
Community Health Education Program (CHEP)
Tuesday, April 14, 2015 5:00-7:00 pm (EST)
Nutrition—How to get on the right track
To register for this vidopconference contact Edith Ury:
by email: email@example.com
Updated: March 16, 2015
Updated: February 2, 2015
Updated: January 22, 2015
Public presentation of the plan for the future of the rivière Rouge corridor
On January 26, 7 pm, the municipality of Grenville-sur-la-Rouge will complete its process of citizen participation at the Town Hall, by presenting a plan for the future of the Rivière Rouge corridor which is based on five previous public consultations and a survey that attracted the participation of over 120 people to this point in time. The initial objective was to better understand the community needs, in order to propose a plan that would guide various public and private interventions, which would contribute to social progress, protection of the environment, and the development of recreo-touristic activities, in accordance with the aspirations of the population.
"We are very proud to have advocated a basic approach of civic discussion and to have been able to take into account the concerns of all the people concerned" stated Mayor John Saywell. "In addition to protecting the environment, social acceptability was an important prerequisite for any project related to the development of the territory. We firmly believe that it is “mission accomplished.” We hope that all those who participated in the discussions to date, as well as the public at large, will attend this presentation of the proposed development plan for the Rivière Rouge corridor."
Note that meetings and conversations, as part of public meetings, were held in various sectors of the municipality (Pointe-au-Chêne, Harrington, Avoca), that social, ecological and economic inventories have been prepared, a survey was conducted and a general assembly was convened in order to arrive at a concept plan which will guide development projects that can be put forward by the Municipality.
Mayor Saywell added: "This evening is certainly meant to be the end of an initial process, but it is also the beginning of the valorization of a vast territory, centered on a sustainable development plan, in compliance with the aspirations of all those who expressed themselves. Again note that this is a long-term vision and the realization of potential projects must be supported by financial assistance from government and private partners."
Updated: January 23, 2015
Palliacco’s Trek Under the Stars
Palliacco is an organization that provides support services and respite for people with cancer and “end of life” patients. They also offer valuable support for caregivers and the bereaved, for free, in French and English.
The annual Trek Under the Stars is Palliacco’s primary fundraising event that will be taking place this weekend on Saturday, Jan. 31 at the Domaine Saint-Bernard. Activities will commence at 5 pm.
This is a 7 km hike either by cross-country skiing, snowshoeing or walking. There is also a short walking-hike of 2 miles (round trip) that ends with a wine, cheese and terrine, a participation prize draw and the disclosure of the team that raised the most money.
To participate, you must register solo or in teams of 10 participants. Registration fee is $100 per person or $ 1,000 minimum for a team.
So far, there are 34 registered teams and there is still room for individuals or new teams to join in.
Our goal is $ 75,000, and to date, we have already raised over $ 72,000! Help us “Reach for the Stars” and surpass our goal by participating or making a donation.
For more information, visit the website: Palliacco.org
Updated: January 31, 2015
17th EDITION OF FESTI-VENT POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT YEAR
Due to circumstances beyond their control, the organizers of the grand Festi-Vent-sur-Glace, have had to postpone this year’s event until 2016. Over the next several months, they will be using their time productively to enthusiastically rethink and restructure the event in its entirety.
To do this, a committee has been put in place and they will be doing their utmost to revamp the event so that the 17th edition, planned for next year, will be even more spectacular than those of the past. Everyone is invited to share their ideas or suggestions, which can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent in writing to Festi-Vent-sur Glace, 281, Montée Saint-Vincent, Saint-Placide, QC, J0V 2B0. All ideas will be considered.
For the past 16 years, Festi-Vent–sur-Glace, has been a grand crowd pleaser and a wonderful family event. It is the largest winter kite festival in Canada and we look forward to seeing its return next winter. To view some of the great photos from over the years visit the website www.festi-vent.com
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