Municipal communication

We encourage citizens to take part in the control of ragweed.  The easiest way to limit its proliferation is to uproot or cut it down to ground level in mid-July before it produces flowers, and then repeat the process in mid-August.  For more information: Identifying and...

In anticipation of moving day, the MRC has organized a special collection of cardboard next Monday, July 3rd (the same day as the collection of recyclable materials), The boxes must be dismantled and stacked together, either by inserting them in a single box, or by using...

Due to fluctuations in our potable water supply system, and a high demand, the outdoor use of drinking water is strictly forbidden with the exception of the following uses: Manual watering of flowers and gardens (article 4.2) The filling of swimming pools with a single...

Representatives from the Ministry of Public Security will hold a bilingual information session to discuss the financial aid available for homeowners and businesses who were victims of the recent flooding. The meeting will be held this Wednesday, May 31st at 7:30 pm at the Stephen F. Shaar Community Centre,...

Waste containers for ORGANIC material have been placed at the following locations: Sanderson Park; Thompson Park; Quarry Point Road; Wharf Road; Amity Lane; Rue Rousseau; Greenwood (254 Main). These containers are for the exclusive use of flood victims and are to be used for the organic...