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NCC to revamp Gatineau Park master plan

Chris Lowrey
MUNICIPALITY OF PONTIAC Nov. 28, 2018
The National Capital Commission (NCC) is conducting a survey to get input from citizens for the new Gatineau Park master plan.
The park’s master plan is renewed every 10 years or so, with the last revamp being completed in 2005.
The purpose of the survey is to get public input on issues that the NCC is currently grappling with.
One of those issues is what to do with Curley Lake Road.
The road is technically Municipality of Pontiac property and is used by snowmobilers to access Masham from the municipality.
The NCC, Municipality of Pontiac and the Pontiac Snowmobile Drivers Association (PSDA) have been working together to replace the Curley Lake Road trail.

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