The mission of the planning advisory committee (PAC) is to design and implement the best possible solutions for the community of tomorrow. It should include today’s organization of the municipality and imagine its future.
In 2013, the municipality revised its municipal regulations. You will find these under the Regulations and Permits tab.
You will find the agenda of the PAC committee in the Municipal Council tab; Municipal agenda.
The PAC is a working group composed of two (2) members of council and four (4) residents chosen by it to lead, guide and support its urban planning action.
The PAC is an advisory body, not a decision-making committee. It nevertheless plays an essential role in mission planning and territory administration of the municipality. Its recommendations are presented to Municipal Council for the issuing permits
As part of its conservation mission, Parc national du Mont-Tremblant is calling on the citizens of outlying municipalities to raise awareness of the importance of protecting the wolf, a large predator essential to the health of ecosystems.
To this effect, here is a series of 5 chronicles on the wolf, preceded by an introduction:
- Chronique loup – Introduction – Pourquoi les loups?
- Chronique loup no.1 – Un grand prédateur essentiel à la santé des écosystèmes
- Chronique loup no.2 – Un grand prédateur en situation précaire
- Chronique loup no.3 – Pour une vision réaliste du grand méchant loup
- Chronique loup no.4 – Sur les traces de Fourchu, Adrienne et Galuzot
- Chronique loup no.5 – Quel avenir pour les loups de la région?
Recent studies have shown that all wolf packs in the park also use the outside of the territory to meet their needs, making them much more vulnerable to various anthropogenic threats.
For more information, visit www.sepaq.com/pq/mot/loups