Rapides des Joachims focuses on roadwork and recreation projects

The following is one in a series of articles tracking the progress in the 19 municipalities of the Pontiac since the 2017 elections.

Julien St-Jean

Rapides des Joachims Sept 16, 2021

In a place like Rapides des Joachims, things are quiet. 

The municipality is home to 170 residents. Much of the population are seniors and events are often organized and enjoyed by locals. 

Despite being home to a rather small population, the municipality managed to develop a few major projects since the last election cycle, while keeping taxes roughly the same, explained Mayor Jim Gibson.

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