Council Highlights of June 2024

June 7, 2024

Here are the highlights of the June 4th, 2024, Council meeting.

You can consult the full agenda at any time by clicking here.



Taxes unpaid by the NCC file

The Council adopts two resolutions concerning the dispute between the Municipality and the National Capital Commission (NCC) over unpaid taxes.

Council mandates its attorneys to seek leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada, following the Federal Court of Appeal's judgment.

A formal request for intervention is also being made to the Union des municipalités du Québec (UMQ) to intervene in this case, which is of interest to the entire municipal world.


Adoption of the by-law concerning the internal management of the Council

The Council has adopted the by-law concerning the internal management of the Council. Certain points of the draft by-law adopted at the May 7, 2024 meeting have been modified, including provisions concerning the conduct of Council debates, question period and the maintenance of good order and decorum during meetings.


Loan to finance acquisition of land for community purposes

Council adopted a draft by-law concerning a loan of $7,000,000.00 to finance the acquisition of land over a 30-year period. The purpose is to acquire the parcels of land needed for the new French-language elementary school and for a community project in the village center.


Mandate to the Administration to develop a community involvement policy

The Municipality wishes to review and optimize its project planning processes. The aim is to optimize the involvement of all, promote transparency, active community participation and collaboration between all stakeholders.

To this end, the Council has mandated the Administration to develop a community engagement policy.


Adoption of a Communications Policy

A communications policy is a reference tool that ensures the integration and harmonization of all the Municipality's communications activities. Council has adopted the new Policy, which will guide staff in their relations with citizens, employees, the media and the public, all with the aim of better serving the community.


Marking National Indigenous Peoples Day

Council adopts a resolution to mark the National Indigenous Peoples Day. On June 21st, 2024, a communication will be launched on the Municipality's social media and a flag raising will take place at Town Hall in support of the cause.


Request to the Ministère des Transports et de la Mobilité durable du Québec (MTMD)

The Municipality has submitted a request to the MTMD concerning the exit and access ramps for Autoroute 5 on Chemin Scott. The objective of this request is to close three highway ramps and modify their configurations to create “T” intersections that will allow for the safe circulation of road users.

It should be noted that the Municipality is currently working with the Centre de gestion des déplacements de l'Outaouais et de l'Abitibi-Témiscamingue “MOBI-O” in the development of local travel plans for Chemin Scott, as well as for the creation of a safe school corridor leading to École du Grand-Boisé.

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