Winter facilities closed for the season

Please note that the skating rinks and sliding hill are closed for the season. We hope that you enjoyed them!

Health Canada: Mould and health

Did you know that mould is one of the most common causes of poor indoor air in homes?                                 Mould can grow in damp or wet areas in your home caused by water leaks, flooding, or high humidity that can

Health Challenge

As part of Défi Santé, the Municipality is offering free activities to help you  take up the challenge with success.   Sign up for the challenge at   Leisure swimming at école secondaire des Chutes Saturday April 6th, 13th and 20th from 2 pm to 4 pm   Marche des Rawdonneurs Sunday April 14th at

Healthy eating is more than the foods you eat!

                              Did you know that the new Canada’s Food Guide website offers a variety of tips for meal planning, as well as tasty healthy recipes?   The Food Guide many of us grew up with focused on food choices. But we

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Bulky items collection

The frequency of collections is now one week per month, from May to November inclusively, as well as in January, during the first week of garbage (for landfill) collection of the month. Next collection: week of May 13th. You must call ahead. Contact Compo Recycle at 450 882-9186.

HEALTH CANADA: Are you struggling with a problem of rats or mice?

Do you hear scampering and scratching sounds in the walls of your home at night? Have you found signs of gnawing or chewing?  If that is the case, it could mean you have an infestation of rats or mice. Mice and rats are carriers of disease, and can damage property. The deer mouse is the most

Water Meters


Lane closure on the 3rd Avenue Bridge

Important Public Notice The ministère des Transports, de la Mobilité durable et de l’Électrification des transports (MTMDET) has closed one lane on the bridge on Rte. 337 (3rd Avenue Bridge) for an indefinite period of time. The currently listed load limits remain unchanged at 24 t–38 t–50 t.