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  • Snow removal in Temiscaming

    Be vigilant at the time of snow removal operations. Make sure you are seen by the operator before you approach it. For those concerned by parking in the back lanes, make sure to leave enough space for the snowplow. Also, pick up your bins as soon as possible after collection so as not to interfere with snow removal. Be also advised that it is forbidden to throw snow or ice from a private property...
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  • Temporary closure of Kipawa Road

    CLOSURE OF KIPAWA ROAD IN FRONT OF 550, KIPAWA ROAD (CLOSE TO UNIPRIX) Part of Kipawa Road, in front of 550, Kipawa Road (close to Uniprix), will be closed for the day Tuesday October 29th from 7:30 am for main works repairs. Please respect signage.
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  • Your opinion counts!

    In order to best meet your expectations regarding the Town of Témiscaming's centennial celebrations, we wish to hear the voices of those who have our municipality at heart! Complete the survey!
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  • Beginning of the hunting season - A call to caution in all areas

    Gatineau, le 24 septembre 2019 ‐ In the next few days, there will be more and more hunters that will begin to practice their favorite activity in isolated areas. That is why the Sûreté du Québec wants to remind hunters of a few safety tips in order to assure them of a hunting season without undesired incidents. Every year, the officers of the Sûreté du Québec are asked to intervene because...
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  • Inspection of fire hydrants

    The firm Aqua Data Inc. will inspect the fire hydrants in the week of September 23th, 2019. Thereafter, the Town of Témiscaming will be flushing the water distribution system during the from October 7th for about 2 weeks. This will cause variations in water pressure and the water may also display a temporary rust colouring.
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  • Notice - Trees trimming 2019

    Please take note that during the first week of October 2019, branches and trees will be cut throughout the Town of Temiscaming. These cuts are intended to free the roads of any obstruction to vehicles and pedestrians and increase the visibility of traffic signs. It is also possible that some of those trees are located on private properties. Please be vigilant when you circulate close by. For any...
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