The elected officials of the MRCVG denounce SOPFEU's decision
The Council of MRC Vallée-de-la-Gatineau is offended by the actions of the Board of Directors of the Société de protection des forêts contre le feu (SOPFEU). The mayors ask that the status of Maniwaki as a main base be maintained and that all activities currently carried out there be kept.
Unanimously, the elected officials of the Gatineau Valley have mandated the MRCVG warden, Chantal Lamarche, to set up an emergency committee. This outcry has been noted among elected officials, but also among the population and the business community to avoid any restructuring that would abolish or provide for the relocation of positions currently established in Maniwaki.
Special measures in red zone
The special emergency measures announced April 13, 2021, by the Quebec government will apply from April 14, 2021, at 8:00 p.m. for the entire Outaouais region until April 25, 2021.
- Curfew between 8:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.;
- As of 8 :00 p.m. on April 14, museums will be closed until April 25;
- Indoor cultural and recreational activities are prohibited;
- Outdoor cultural and recreational activities are permitted in public places for a group of up to 8 people and face coverings are mandatory at all times, for the entire duration of the activity;
- Wearing a face cover is not compulsory for children under 10, both outside and inside, except in schools.
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Please inform your family and friends!
There is a number to call for those who are not able to access the Internet.
People included in groups 8 and 9 of the prioritization list are invited to get vaccinated now
Gatineau, April 14, 2021 - As of today, vaccination has been extended in the Outaouais to people prioritized in groups 8 and 9.
Need transportation for vaccination: the Table de développement social needs your help
The Gatineau Valley Social Development Table seeks support from all municipalities in order to provide transportation for our seniors as part of the vaccination campaign that is starting in the region.
Traffic obstruction on Highway 105, April 13 and 14
These obstructions may be modified or cancelled due to operational constraints or weather conditions.
Extension of Paugan Power Station inter-link Closure to April 9, 2021
Hydro-Quebec wishes to advise the public that it will need to extend the closure of the Paugan power Station inter-link connecting the municipalities of Low and Denholm. The link will be closed from Monday to Friday until April 9, 2021. However, the link will be open for travel on weekends. Specifically, access will be open to the public from Friday evening to Monday morning. The link will also be open on Good Friday (April 2) and Easter Monday (April 5). "The organization of the work is complex due to the limited space on the plant and the movement of workers and machinery. We have to extend the shutdown in order to carry out all the work safely," says Alain Paquette, advisor - community relations at Hydro-Québec.
Priority to safety
Let's recall that Hydro-Quebec is carrying out, among other things, some electrical work on the spillway and is setting up a prefabricated building that will house equipment. "In an effort to increase user safety, we will also be raising the guardrail along the edge of the link," adds Paquette.
St. Michael's High School
Students attending St. Michael's High School in Low use the inter-link daily. The Hydro-Québec site manager proactively met with the school principal to offer support. "Sensitive to the situation, we are willing to get students across safely during the work period," concludes Alain Paquette.
Signs are being installed on both sides of the inter-river link to advise users of the detour routes to be taken. To cross the Gatineau River, users must use the bridge on Newcommon Road in the municipality of La Pêche.
Hydro-Québec would like to thank the public for their cooperation.
Fieldville Pumping Station : water problem and notice to boil water
We had a water problem at the Fieldville Pumping Station. Therefore, we ask you as a preventive measure to boil your water for 5 minutes before consumption.
A water analysis will be done as soon as possible and when satisfactory results are obtained, the order will be cancelled, and you will be notified.
Thank you for your cooperation. Should you have further questions, please call the municipal office at 422-3528 during working hours or leave a message on the answering machine.
GIVEN AT LOW, Province of Quebec, this 1st day of February 2021.
Municipal Office opened for emergency only
As of December, 17 2020, because of the pandemic and we are in a red zone, the municipal office will be open for emergency only. Please call for an appointment : 819-422-3528. Employees can be reached by phone or email.
We would like to thank you for your cooperation.
Certificate of Recognition for the Municipality of the Township of Low
The Minister responsible for Seniors and Caregivers, Marguerite Blais, officially awarded the Township of Low the title of Elder-Friendly Municipality for the duration of its 2019-2022 action plan.
Receive a notification in case of emergency or public interest
The municipality Township of Low will soon be able to notify its residents almost in real time in case of emergency. Citizens wishing to do so may be alerted via their cell phone or landline in the event of public interest.
To take advantage of the service you must submit your contact details to the municipality. We invite you to register with the municipality now via our web site or with Sylvia at 819-422-3528 or by email at email@example.com
Notice : Minor Variance for 34 Mahon Road
A minor variance request for 34 Mahon Road will be submitted to Council on May 3rd, 2021.
Important notice: special tax credit (backoe)
We would like to inform you that there is an anomaly with the tax bills. There is a code line and charge for a new backhoe. Though the backhoe has gone to tender, it has not yet been awarded or purchased, and as such, the tax amount related to the backhoe should not be charged.
Public notice : Neely Road Open
Please be advised that Neely road is reopened to circulation. Thank you for your patience and understanding while the required repairs were being carried out.
Public notice : Caisse populaire will reopen in Kazabazua
The Kazabazua service center will reopen two days a week, starting March 16.
Minor Variance 3 Marie-Reine road
A minor variance request for 3 Marie-Reine road will be submitted to Council.
Minor Variance Taylor road
A minor variance request for Taylor Road will be submitted to Council.
Notice : brown bin for composting currently being distributed
Your brown bin for composting is currently being distributed. Please don’t use it, until you receive further instruction.
Deposit of the roll of property value - 2nd year
The summary reflectig the state of the property assessment roll for the second year of the Municipality of Low's triennal property assessment roll for 2021 was physically deposited on September 11, 2020.
The Township of Low is working for you!
Road Work on Montague Road
Road work was completed on Montague near the Truite road intersection.
A total of $14,000.00 was invested on Pike Lake Road
In phase one, a soft spot was repaired, 400 meters of ditching was done and 300 tons of Mg20 was spread.
Road Work on Kealey Road
Trees and brush were cut, ditches were dug to facilitate drainage, a damaged culvert was replaced and...
$5,800 invested on O'Sullivan Road
An aging culvert was replaced and updated. Gabion stone was installed to prevent erosion.
Road work was completed on Farm road
Ditches were cleaned to facilitate drainage. Gabion stone was installed to slow water down and to protect private laneway culverts.
The Competition That Gives Voice to Inspiring Environmental Initiatives. Win $ 2,000 for your environmental efforts and achievements.
Heat wave: basic instructions to protect yourself
The Outaouais Department of Public Health (DSPU) of the Outaouais Integrated Health and Social Services Center (CISSS) would like to remind you of the basic instructions for protecting yourself from the heat.
Change in the blood samples clinic opening hours
The new opening hours will now be from 8:00 am to 8:45 am, starting January 16, 2020. The day remains the same, Thursday. So, the next collection clinics will be :
- CLSC of Low : Thursday, January 16th,2020 from 8 a.m. to 8:45 a.m
- At Lac-Ste-Marie : Thursday, February 6th, 2020 from 8 a.m. to 8:45 a.m
Exceptionally, there will be no clinic on January 23, 2020.
A Celebration for Low Seniors
On October 21st, Low held a party to celebrate Low's seniors who are 90 years old and older. Here are the names of these beautiful people, from left to right, starting with the top row: Shirley Daly, Elva Morris, Marcelle St-Jean, Mona Monette, Yvette Roy, Margo Cross and Robert Newcommon, Jack Kelly, Suzanne Krahn and Annie Donnavon.
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Our First Responders
From left to right, first row : Andrew Wilson, Benjamin Mallory, Ellen Rice-Hogan, Ryan Draper.
Second row : Devorah Sugarman, Michel Lemieux, Leaf Bellaar Sprout, Maureen Rice.
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Cabin Closure: Prevention Tips from Sûreté du Québec
Start of the hunting season - Regulations in force
In the coming days, hunters will be more and more likely to indulge in their favorite activity in woodland. That's why the Sûreté du Québec wishes to recall some safety tips to guarantee everyone a safe hunting season.
MP Robert Bussières announces the return of proximity health services to CLSC in Low
Mr. Bussières is announcing the addition of two nursing positions, one at the CLSC in Low and the other at the CLSC in Chelsea. Furthermore, both CLSC’s will benefit from the addition of an Administrative Assistant.
Révision du rôle d'évaluation
Les inspecteurs autorisés de la MRC procéderont à la visite de certains immeubles, dans le cadre du processus de révision du rôle triennal d'évaluation foncière de la municipalité.
Volunteer work and support from local youth for local seniors - St. Michael's High School leadership
From Grade 11 students in leadership trying to make a change .
Vallée-de-la-Gatineau Agricultural Zone Development Plan
MRC has adopted thia action plan on October 20th, 2015.
Volunteer with the Red Cross, Make a difference
If you are looking for opportunities to give back to your community, meet new people, have new experiences, volunteering with the Red Cross could be the right place for you.
Meet the SQ at Low
A representative of the SQ will be available on appointment at the former police station (400 Route 105) to meet with the citizens of Low, Denholm, Kazabazua and lac-Ste-Marie. Take the opportunity to share your ideas and your concerns. They’re here for you! Call at 819-449-4333.
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Central Gatineau Arena Annual General Meeting
This meeting will be held on October 22nd, at Heritage Hall in Low, at 7 pm. Please RSVP because the available places will be limited to 25 due to the COVID- 19 health crisis.
Start of work to replace the Hayes bridge
The Ministère des Transports informs the public that work to replace the Hayes Bridge, located on Fieldville Road over the Lac de l'Île stream at Low stream, in Low, will begin around May 25th. This project is an investment of more than $ 2 million.
In December 2019, the fire department answered four calls for carbon monoxide detectors. The fire department would like to remind you to pay particular attention to your carbon monoxide detectors, your propane installations and your heating systems.
Thank you for your attention.
The fire department would like to wish you a happy new year.
The Québec government offers tax programs, technical and financial assistance to woodlots owners.
The 2019-2020 Flu Vaccination
Notice about recycling
Paint, Oil, Batteries & Electronics : these items must now be
brought to 4-A D'amour Road.
Paint, used motor oil in their con-tainers and filters too.
Batteries: AA, AAA, C, D, 6 and 9 volt and rechargeable ones too.
Electronic devices: computers, laptops, TV, cell phones, old stereos etc...
All these items can be brought from Monday to Friday between 8AM and 3PM.
The Department of Transport filed its survey results following a request from the Municipality of Low to reduce the speed from 70 km / h to 50 km / h on three sections of Highway 105.
Public notice : It is forbidden to cut grass along watercourses along a shoreline at least 10 meters.
Public notice : seat 3 election result
Anne Bélisle elected councillor for seat 3
New urban planning by-laws
The Municipal Council is proud to announce that we have begun the process of renewal of our urban plan and bylaws in order to align them with the realities of today and the vision of our municipality in the future! To this end, the Municipal Council along with the urban planning firm, URBA+Consultants, is soliciting your feedback via this survey, which will help guide the orientation of these by-laws.
Municipal library : Low named Municipalité par excellence
New public transit service for Vallée-de-la-Gatineau people
The GUTAC of La Vallée-de-la-Gatineau is proposing a new public transit service. Since September, it is possible to use the places available on school buses in your municipality. An essential service in our region.
New Public Transit Network of MRC des Collines-de-l'Outaouais
Low will be linked to this new transit network
Important Notice for Waterfront Landowners
All waterfront or wetland landowners must take all necessary means to ensure that the shoreline area is covered by appropriate natural vegetation.
Located in the Municipality of Low, Paugan station is the largest power utility in the Outaouoais region with a capacity of 206 MW and a fall of 40 meters. It has been built in 1928 and restored in 1956. Picture © Hydro-Québec.
Siskin recalled the forest heritage of the municipality, particularly the time of the drive on the Gatineau River. It is also the southern starting point of the Véloroute des Draveurs. Photo © Sogercom.com.