Warden candidates talk social services

The Table de développement social du Pontiac invited the five candidates for warden of MRC Pontiac to a round-table discussion on health and social services in the region at St. John’s Elementary School in Campbell’s Bay on Oct. 23. Many subjects were discussed from increased access to training programs to retaining local youth.

Caleb Nickerson
CAMPBELL’S BAY
Oct. 23, 2017
On Oct. 23, the five candidates for warden of MRC Pontiac gathered at St. John’s Elementary School in Campbell’s Bay for a discussion about the social services and organizations in the region, hosted by the Table de développement social du Pontiac (TDSP).
Organizer and TDSP coordinator Arnaud De la Salle explained that the table hosts a monthly discussion on issues surrounding social services in the Pontiac with officials and representatives from a wide variety of groups such as the Western Quebec Literacy Council, Bouffe Pontiac, L’Entourelle women’s shelter and more.

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