With fall around the corner, members of the Association des résidents du Village d'Aylmer (ARVA) came together to eat good food, jump on a bouncy castle, connect with each other, and discuss issues that are important to them in the neighborhood.
The semi-detached home located at 24 Juniper could be approved to be demolished during the next Comité sur les demandes de démolition (CDD) meeting on September 26.
Quebec Solidaire has put forth a proposal to establish a Media Fund aimed at addressing the ongoing media crisis and ensuring the sustainability of local, regional, and national news outlets.
In a landmark development aimed at addressing the oral health needs of Canadians, the Government of Canada has taken a significant step forward in the quest for accessible dental care.
As the Outaouais region grapples with a significant teacher shortage, a major union has issued a warning, shedding light on the equally pressing issue of finding adequate support staff for the area's schools.
The Deschênes Park Alliance (DPA) is having their second annual Deschênes Forest Festival to celebrate the forest, its biodiversity, and the organization's work to conserve it.
After social media giant, Meta, the corporation that owns and manages Facebook and Instagram, decided to ban Canadian news content from its platforms in response to Bill C-18, we contacted MP Sophie Chatel ...
It's the start of a 112 km race, 16 laps of the seven km circuit, for the world elite of women's cycling ...
Students in Aylmer have been growing increasingly frustrated as they face overcrowded buses that often zip by without picking them up.
The Gatineau Terry Fox Run is gearing up for an impactful event this Sunday, September 17, as the community unites in the battle against cancer.
With an increase of impaired driving arrests, Gatineau police encourage residents to plan their trips and arrange alternative transportation if they will be consuming alcohol or drugs.
Local biologists began to track the spread of Eurasian Watermilfoil, a harmful invasive species, in the Aylmer marina on Friday September 8.
Chez Putters, a local bar located in Galeries Aylmer at 181 Principale, is reviving a part of Aylmer's history by creating a live horse racing betting parlor called "Place Connaught".
Nick Cooper, an Aylmer Resident, originally from the Niagara area, has been slowly releasing his debut album, World in Vain, one song at a time. Cooper describes the album as "a sonic exploration of life's complexities."
The National Capital Commission (NCC) has taken a proactive stance in ensuring the preservation of Gatineau Park's natural ecosystems while enhancing visitor experiences through the implementation of the Gatineau Park Parkways Program.