Donald Teuma-Castelletti FORT COULONGE Jan. 26, 2019 A group of Pontiac citizens frustrated with a lack of transparency, money and careers in the local forestry sector held a meeting on Saturday, seeking to see the territory benefit from its natural resources. Close to 40 people gathered at the Knights of Columbus Hall that afternoon, where business leaders, local politicians and forestry sector workers spoke at the meeting assembled by Ronald Godin of the Anishinaabek Fort de Coulonge Kichesipirini.
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