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News & Notices

Effective immediately

8AM to 5PM Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday all year long with the exception of statutory holidays.

Polling day: July 10, 2022

By this public notice, Andrea Lafleur, the returning officer announces the following to the electors of the municipality.

1. The following seat is open for candidates: Candidate for the seat of councillor 3

2. Any nomination papers for one of these seats must be filed at the office of the returning officer on the following days and times:




Tuesday May 31st

From 9AM to 4PM

Wednesday June 1st

From 9AM to 4PM

Monday June 6th

From 9AM to 4PM

Tuesday June 7th

From 9AM to 4PM

Wednesday June 8th

From 9AM to 4PM

Thursday June 9th

From 9AM to 4PM

Friday June 10th

From 9AM to 4:30PM

Important: On Friday, June 10, 2022, the office will be open continuously from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

3. If more than one person wishes to be a candidate for the same seat, you may exercise your voting right by going to your assigned polling station on the following dates:

Polling day: Sunday, July 10, 2022, between 10AM and 8PM

Advance polling day: Sunday, July 3, 2022, between 12PM and 8PM

4. The following person was appointed as election clerk: Esther Dubeau

5. You can contact the returning officer (or his or her assistant, where applicable) at the following address and telephone number.

Returning officer

Address: 15 Palmer Avenue, Otter Lake, QC J0X 2P0

Telephone: 819-453-7049


I’m delighted to share with you some good news for our communities. Yesterday, the Government of Quebec launched its interactive map which allows you to know in real time the progress of the work Canada-Quebec High-Speed Operation.

The map allows you to view the progress of high-speed Internet service deployment projects in specific sectors and regions in Quebec. To search through the map, you have to enter the civic address, city, municipality or administrative region.

In addition, for households that will not have access to fibre optics by September 30, 2022, the Government of Quebec announced a high-speed Internet connection via satellite services.

This was all made possible thanks to Canada-Quebec High-Speed Operation. Phases 1 and 2 of this initiative aims to connect 166,200 additional Quebec households to high-speed Internet by September 30, 2022. This operation is made possible thanks to co-funding of a total of $920.3 million by the governments of Canada and Quebec.

With these investments, we’ve already helped to connect over 96% of Quebecers to date and our government is on track to connect every single Quebecer by next year.

I would like to reiterate my commitment to you: Count on us to ensure that every region of Quebec has access to reliable high-speed Internet.



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