Safety tips to protect yourself from extreme heat

Did you know? Heat illnesses can affect you quickly, and can lead to long-term health problems and even death. They are mainly caused by being over-exposed to extreme heat especially if you are doing too much for your age and physical condition. Heat illnesses include: heat edema (swelling of hands, feet, and ankles) heat rash

Keep your children safe around water

Did you know that one of the leading causes of death in children ages 1 to 4 is drowning? Children can drown very quickly and quietly, even in just a few centimetres of water. If you’re going to make a splash with the kids this weekend, make sure young children and inexperienced swimmers always wear

An evening of poetry

Wednesday August 8th, 7:30 pm – Beach Chalet Free! For a second consecutive year, we have the great pleasure of welcoming 5 poets: Stéphane Despatie, Yvon d’Anjou, Fred Turgeon, Alain-Arthur Painchaud and Marco Geoffroy, who will share with us their literary works. These gentlemen master the art of combining words, sounds, and rhythms to conjure up images and evoke emotions

Keeping of chickens in an urban area

This two-year pilot project for keeping chickens was adopted on May 3rd, 2018. From 2 to 6 chickens are allowed on a property where there is a house. Please be advised that the hens must be kept permanently inside the henhouse or a fenced outdoor enclosure so that they cannot roam freely. They must be


Sundays July 8th and August 12th from 2 pm to 4 pm at the Beach Chalet | 3304  8th Avenue FREE! Everyone welcome! Free activity with qualified instructors to show you new steps.

Second-hand products

Buying second-hand products on Internet or checking out yard sales and flea markets? Be aware of potential risks and ask questions to make sure your perfect find is safe to use. You should avoid items that are: banned, such as baby walkers and feeding devices for baby bottles. damaged missing labelling or instructions. Some second-hand

Change – Council meetings

Please note that, the dates of the regular council meetings held at 7:00 pm in the months of May and September have been changed.  The meetings will take place on May 22nd and September 25th.


We have already begun preparing our next calendar and we need your help. Next year’s calendar stars will be “Families”.  Please send us your photos to [email protected]  

Assessment of the quality of drinking water

The Municipality has drawn up a drinking water quality report for the period January 1st to December 31st 2017, in accordance with section 53.3 of the regulation regarding drinking water.  You can obtain a copy of this report at Town Hall, at the Town Planning/Public Works reception desk (side entrance off of the parking lot).

Water Meters