• ARE YOU READY?

      Three Steps to Emergency Preparedness 

      If an emergency happens in our community, it may take emergency workers some time to get to you. You should be prepared to take care of yourself and your family for a minimum of 72 hours. By taking a few simple steps today, you can become better prepared to face a range of emergencies – anytime, anywhere.

      1 : KNOW THE RISKS 

      Natural disasters, such as flooding, hurricanes, Nor’easters, forest fires, or sudden events, such as train derailments and power outages, can happen at any time. Knowing the risks can help you better prepare for

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      $1,000 FOR MAISON NOTRE DAME OF CAMPBELLTON

      Nicole LeBrun proudly presents a cheque for the amount of $1,000.00 to the Maison Notre-Dame in Campbellton. This amount represents profits raised from the International Modern Line Dance Workshop held in mid-September at the Alma Hall in Atholville, NB.

      On the photo (left to right): Lisette Maltais, president of the Board of Directors of Maison Notre-Dame; Suzanne Duclos, member of the Board of Directors of Maison Notre-Dame; Guilda Landry, member of the Fondation Soeur Jeannette Leclerc Inc.; Nicole LeBrun, organizer of the Workshop and Modern Line Dance teacher; Céline Savoie, Maria Labbé, Lise Bertin, Rose Beek and Samia Awad, members

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      REMEMBRANCE DAY

      On Monday November 11, 2019, the ceremonies will take place at Alma Hall at 11 a.m. Refresments will be served. If you wish to lay a wreath, you are invited to notify reception at Town Hall (789-2944), at the latest, November 6. The names will be taken at the entrance of Alma Hall, but no later than 10:45 a.m. (A service will take place at the church Our Lady of Snows in Campbellton on November 10 at 11 a.m.)

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      ATHOLVILLE IS SEEKING FOR A COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT MANAGER

      Reporting ultimately to Chief Administrative Officer and in compliance with the Economic and Community Development Plan of Atholville municipality, the Community Development Manager will be responsible to plan, implement, and manage a development plan and an action plan in a community environment. 


      Community Development Manager
      Reporting ultimately to Chief Administrative Officer and in compliance with the Economic and Community Development Plan of Atholville municipality, the Community Development Manager will be responsible to plan, implement, and manage a development plan and an action plan in a community environment.

      Role and responsibilities
      - Plan, organize, and coordinate community life activities, including sports,

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      Recognition of Mayor of Atholville

      Mayor Michel Soucy is recognized for 20 years of involvement in the municipality by Mr. Luc Desjardins, President of the AFMNB. Michel counts 7 years as mayor and 13 years as deputy mayor and councillor. Congratulations!

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      ATHOLVILLE IS SEEKING FOR A FIRE CHIEF FOR ATHOLVILLE FIRE BRIGADE

      COMPETITION – FIRE CHIEF
      The municipality of Atholville is looking for a person to fill the fire chief position.
      Applications must be submitted at the Town Hall before November 8, 2019, at 4:30PM to Nicole LeBrun. Candidates must meet the following requirements:  
      • Firefighter Level I certification or equivalent;
      • Minimum of 5 years of experience in the field of fire fighting;
      • Strong leadership skills;
      • Demonstrate excellent skills
                          - organizational,
                          - decision-making,
                          - stress and time management;
      • Good communication skills (written and spoken) in both official languages;
      • Valid driver’s license (preferably Class E3);
      • Clean criminal

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