MANSFIELD ET PONTEFRACT May 1, 2018
On May 1, the Chutes Coulonge Park held its annual general meeting, bringing out over 20 stakeholders and officials. The park is a historic site that is run by a non-profit organization, offering ziplining, low ropes courses and hiking trails along the Coulonge River.
Michel Laporte, a community organizer with the Centre intégré de santé et de services sociaux de l’Outaouais (CISSSO) led the meeting, explaining that the park had been without a director since October of 2017, and was currently in a restructuring period.
Former general manager Jean-François Dubois left after five years as manager, and Laporte said that he didn't complete an annual report before departing, leaving them with scant data on the previous year's activities.
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