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Campbell’s Bay, December 22, 2021 – The MRC Pontiac wants to survey the population on its landscape preferences

The Coopérative de travail des Mille Lieux, which has been mandated by the MRC to characterize the natural and cultural landscapes of the Pontiac, is launching a public survey with the objective of better protecting and enhancing the various landscapes of the Pontiac. This exercise is part of the revision of the Pontiac Land Use and Development Plan.

“Landscapes contribute to the quality of life of the population, whether they are visited on a daily basis or during excursions or tourist visits. The protection and enhancement of these landscapes will allow current and future generations to discover and appreciate them,” says Alexandre Savoie-Perron, a planner with the MRC Pontiac.

The survey is available until January 31, 2022 and can be accessed here: https://forms.gle/o9ZSG6gv3bUZGG997

The Coop des Mille Lieux and the MRC Pontiac thank you in advance for your participation in this important survey. Do not hesitate to share it with your networks!

“I encourage all residents and frequent visitors of the Pontiac to take the time to fill out this important survey. As we move towards revitalization, we must first understand the priorities and opinions of the population in regards to the future of our beautiful landscapes,” says Jane Toller, Warden of the MRC Pontiac.

If you have any questions, please contact Alexandre Savoie-Perron, MRC Pontiac planner at a.sperron@mrcpontiac.qc.ca or 819-648-5689 ext. 211.

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