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Public safety minister talks floods with MoP

Quebec’s Public Safety Minister Martin Coiteux was among several officials who attended a meeting about the response to the spring flooding in the Municipality of Pontiac. Clockwise from left: Mayor Joanne Labadie, Coiteux, Director of Infrastructures and Publics Works for the Municipality of Pontiac Alain Bourgeois, Municipality of Pontiac Acting Assistant Director General Dominic Labrie, Councillor Nancy Maxsom-Draper, Pontiac MNA André Fortin and Fire Department Director Richard Groulx.

Chris Lowrey
MUNICIPALITY OF PONTIAC Jan. 23, 2018Quebec’s Public Safety Minister Martin Coiteux paid a visit to the Municipality of Pontiac’s town hall to discuss the municipality’s progress when it comes to the cleanup of the spring flooding.
Coiteux, along with Municipality of Pontiac Mayor Joanne Labadie, Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs Marc Croteau, Pontiac MNA André Fortin and several administrators with the municipality went over the main concerns of the municipality.
Coiteux was in the region to discuss municipal affairs and paid a special visit to the Municipality of Pontiac, one of the regions that was hardest hit by the spring floods.

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