Two months ago, Ottawa high-school teacher Julia Brown* was a healthy woman enjoying a summer day at a riverside cottage. Yet a bite from a tick nearly took her life. But it was not Lyme disease; it was something worse.
Despite torrential rain, the people of Pontiac again stood in respectful silence at the Remembrance Day ceremony at the Quyon Cenotaph on November 5th.
Our last profile is of Jean Côté, who is running for the position of councilor of Ward 1. It proved impossible to interview Mr. Côté in person. Our gratitude to him for emailing his answers to us.
Our next profile is of Scott McDonald, running for councilor of Ward 4. Due to time constraints, Mr. McDonald has kindly agreed to email his answer to us. This is not an interview.
Parents of the municipality of Pontiac 0-5years invites parents to our
Annual General Meeting and planning of children’s activities (0-6 year olds)
We are looking for ideas for workshops, events and activities!
Come join us on Monday, November 6 at 6:30pm
At the Luskville Community Centre (2024 Hwy 148)
Join us on Facebook
Parents de la municipalité de Pontiac 0-5ans invite les parents à notre
Assemblée Générale et reunion de programmation d’activités pour les enfants (0-6 ans).
Nous cherchons les idées pour les ateliers, évenements et activités!
Joignez-vous à nous lundi, le 6 novembre à 18h30
au Centre Communautaire de Luskville (2024 Rte 148).
Venez nous rejoindre sur Facebook
Our next candidate is Josée Graveline Davis, running for the position of councilor for Ward 4. Due to the lack of available time, Mme. Graveline Davis has kindly emailed in her own answers for her profile. This is not an interview.
Our next interview is with Sue Lamont, running for councilor for ward 4.