On Wednesday, August 10, the Town of Stanstead will be welcoming cadets from the Sûreté du Québec, Memphremagog station, for fraud prevention workshop.
Though the workshop targets individuals 55 years and up, it will be an interesting tool for all vulnerable persons or those seeking to better protect themselves against real dangers of fraud or financial abuse.
The workshop, to be presented at the Pat Burns Arena located at 27 Pat-Burns St., will be presented in a bilingual format from 10:30 am to noon, including an interactive and question/answer period and will be followed by a light luncheon. The activity is offered free of charge, however participants are requested to reserve their place.
For additional information, please contact Rachel Burnham, communications coordinator for the Town of Stanstead: firstname.lastname@example.org or 819-876-7181, ext. 110.
The lecture on bio diversity given by Dr Val Behan took place June 29 at the town hall. It was very well attended and enjoyed by everyone !
Please be advised that at a regular meeting of Council held on June 6th, 2022, the Municipality of Ogden has adopted Bylaw No. 2022.14 respecting the speed limits.
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of council held on March 14, 2022, the Municipality of Ogden passed By-law No. 2022.05 amending subdivision By-law No. 2000.04.
Mayor's David Lépine report for June 2021 to May 2022.
Kathy Teasdale - Instructeur
Kathy Teasdale Artiste paysagiste et spécialiste de la faune sauvage d’Ogden / / Ogden Wildlife and Landscape Artist
Kathy contactera tous les participants pour discuter des détails avant le début du cours. Le nombre minimum de participants est de 5 et le maximum de 10. / Kathy will contact all participants prior to the beginning of the course to discuss materials and course details. The minimum number of student required for this course is 5 and the maximum is 10.
Ce cours s'adresse à tous les niveaux et à tous les médiums, de la première peinture au niveau avancé. Il n'y a pas de pré-requis. Les étudiants doivent fournir leur propre matériel et peuvent contacter l'instructeur pour obtenir des informations.
Kathy travaille dans plusieurs médiums différents, notamment l'huile, l'aquarelle, les pastels, les crayons de couleur et le dessin. Elle se concentre sur les paysages et la faune et a participé à de nombreuses expositions, dont deux à venir cet été à Sherbrooke.
This course is for all levels and mediums, from never-painted-before to advanced. There is no pre-requisite. Students must provide their own materials and may contact the instructor for information.
Kathy works in several different mediums, including oils, watercolour, pastels, pencil crayons and drawing. She focuses on landscape and wildlife and has had numerous exhibitions including two upcoming this summer in Sherbrooke.
Lundi et Mercredi 9h-12h / Monday and Wednesday 9am – 12
Dates: 20-22 juin, 27-29 juin, 4-6 juillet, 11-13 juillet.
INSCRIVEZ - VOUS MAINTENANT / REGISTER NOW
ACTIVITÉS OGDEN ÉTÉ 2022 / OGDEN SUMMER ACTIVITIES 2022
Inscription Obligatoire pour tous les activités / Registration is obligatory for all courses .
Ces programmes sont gratuits et uniquement accessibles aux résidents d'Ogden / These activities are free and available to Ogden Residents only.
Pour s’inscrire / To register : Town Hall (819) 876-7117 or email email@example.com
For more details, please read the following document:
Avez-vous mangé de la terre récemment ?
Le sol - Là où vit la biodiversité des invertébrés et où commence notre alimentation
Cet exposé illustrera les dernières connaissances sur la complexité de la biodiversité des sols et la manière dont elle contribue à notre qualité de vie.
Have you eaten any soil lately?
Soil – Where invertebrate biodiversity lives and where our food begins
This talk will illustrate the latest knowledge on the complexity of soil biodiversity and how it is contributing to our quality of life.
Cette conférence sera présentée par l'Ogdenite Dr Valerie Behan-Pelletier le 29 juin 14hres Hôtel de Villle
Inscrivez vous firstname.lastname@example.org 819 876-7117
This lecture will be presented by Ogdenite Dr Valerie Behan-Pelletier June 29th at 2pm at the town hall.
Register now by email email@example.com or call 819 876-7117
Cet événement est organisé par le Comité Culture et Loisirs d'Ogden.
This event is organized by the Ogden Culture and Leisure Committee
DATE: Saturday, June 4, 2022, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm
LOCATION: Ogden Town Hall, 70 chemin Ogden, Ogden JOB 3E3
REGISTRATION: To participate, you must register at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mobile Eco-Center is dedicated to the recovery of materials (see attached list for accepted materials). To do so, there will be two trucks from Ressourcerie des Frontières to collect objects and materials that are recyclable or intended for resale. There will also be containers for the recovery of wood, metal and for waste that cannot be recovered.
At the site, you will have to deposit your materials in the containers. Volunteers will direct you to the
For complete details, please read the following document.
Vide Grenier 2022
First Annual Ogden Community Garage Sale held at Weir Park Saturday May 21st. We are waiting for you!
Public notice is hereby given by Vickie Comeau, Director General of the Municipality of Ogden, that a regular meeting of Council will take place on Monday, June 6th, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ogden Town Hall located at 70, Ogden Road. In the course of this meeting, Council shall render its decision on the following request for a minor derogation:
Public notice is hereby given that at the regular sitting of its Council held on May 2nd, 2022, the Municipality of Ogden adopted the following bylaw: "Bylaw n° 2022.12 regarding property transfer duties".
Notice is hereby given that at a meeting of council held on March 14, 2022, the Municipality of Ogden passed Residual By-law No. 2022.07.01 amending By-law No. 2000.03 to amend and re-enact the Tourist Accommodation Establishment provisions.
Would you like to take the first steps to reduce your waste but don't know where to start?
On May 24 at 7 p.m., the Memphremagog MRC invites you to a free virtual conference to introduce you to the principles of a zero waste lifestyle. This introductory conference will help you become aware of the waste we generate that is easily avoidable. Discover all the tips and tricks to take action now to reduce your waste and your environmental footprint!
This event, initiated by the Memphremagog MRC, will be hosted by the Quebec Zero Waste Association.
Go here to participate in the meeting: https://bit.ly/3kdHDY5 (no pre-registration).
Tabling of the 2021 financial statements and Auditor's report.
Public notice to persons entitled to be registered on the Municipality's referendum list for the approval of separate by-laws amending Zoning By-law 2000.03 to amend and re-enact the provisions respecting tourist accommodation establishments.
Bylaw no. 2022.10 modifying the uniform bylaw no. 2018.13 (RU) respecting parking and management of public roads.
Adoption of Bylaw 2022.13 Code of ethics and professional conduct for elected officials of the Municipality of Ogden.
Contrary to popular belief, the sorting of recyclable material is very useful for the community. In point of fact, the Memphremagog MRC has obtained impressive results in reducing the actual volume of material sent to landfill despite an increase in population. This has resulted in substantial cost savings for all.
There have been numerous media reports on recycling problems in Quebec, particularly in the Montreal area. This has discouraged many citizens from making the effort to properly sort their garbage believing that it all ends up in the same “pile” anyway.
This is definitely not our situation, not in our MRC nor here in Ogden. Each ton that is recycled is one less ton
sent to the landfill and one more ton with value added helping protect our environment while generating substantial savings in transport and handling costs. Our system works well but is dependent on your effort to properly sort at the source. We intend getting even more involved at the board level of the Régie intermunicipale des déchets de Coaticook specifically concerning the volume of residual material eliminated at the central landfill site. We will be increasing our surveillance of our central site in order to improve our recycling ratio and we ask all citizens to contribute.
Also there will be a special large objects rubbish collection (see the announcement in this Chronicle).
David Lépine, mayor
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