NEWS

HAZARDOUS HOUSEHOLD WASTE (HHW)

The Centre for the transfer of HHW is now open! You can drop off your residential HHW free of charge, every Friday from 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Details here

2101 Adelaïde St. (access via 5th Avenue)

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WATERING SCHEDULE

Valid from May 1st to September 30th. Click here

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COUNCIL MEETINGS

The next regular council meetings will be held on Thursday May 3rd at 5 pm, and on Tuesday May 22nd at 7 pm, at the Metcalfe Centre - 3597 Metcalfe St. 

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LE RAWDONNOIS

Watch your mailbox, your next municipal bulletin will be delivered on May 9th.

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BULKY ITEMS COLLECTION

The next bulky items pick-up will take place during the week of May 14th. You must call ahead. Contact Compo Recycle at 450 882-9186.

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TEMPORARY CAR SHELTER AND SNOW FENCE

Temporary car shelters and snow fences must be disassembled by no later than May 15th.

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GREEN WASTE COLLECTION

Please leave your bags of grass and leaves at the curb on Sunday evening, May 20th (no black bags).

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MUNICIPAL OFFICES CLOSED

on May 21st for National Patriot's Day.

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FREE OF CHARGE WEEK AT THE ÉCOCENTRE

For residents only. From May 22nd to 25th from 10 am to 6 pm and on May 26th from 9 am to 4 pm.

3269 Metcalfe St. | 450 834-5065

ACTIVITIES

CLASSICAL CONCERT WITH THE RENDEZ-VOUS BAROQUE FRANÇAIS ENSEMBLE

Friday May 11th, 7:30 pm at Chirst Church - 3537 Metcalfe St.   FREE!

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ENVIRONMENT DAY

Saturday May 12th at Collège Champagneur. Details here

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GARAGE SALE

May 19th and 20th

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LINE DANCING

Sunday May 20th, June 10th, July 8th and August 12th from 2 pm to 4 pm at the Beach Chalet - 3304 8th Avenue.   FREE!

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MAY - PHYSICAL ACTIVITY MONTH A BIKE RIDE UNDER THE STARS

On Friday May 25th. Activities begin at 7 pm at Nichol Park - 8th Avenue. FREE!

illuminate your bike and come ride the streets of Rawdon with your children, for a distance of 6 km.

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CONFERENCE-DOCUMENTARY - CIRQUE ET ARCTIQUE

Wednesday May 30th, 7 pm at the Beach Chalet.   FREE!

Guillaume Saladin comes from a family of anthropologists and grew up in Igloolik, until the age of 15.  In 1998, after earning his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Communication at the UQAM, he helped start the Artcirq project while pursuing circus artist training at the École Nationale des Arts du Cirque de Montréal. Since 2005, Guillaume has dedicated his passion and career to the administration of Artcirq in Igloolik, with the goal of improving opportunities for the young people of the Canadian arctic.