The territory of the Regional County Municipality (RCM) Chenaux is a good place to live, where the quality of life is a constant concern for all local stakeholders.
The MRC des Chenaux CLD promotes the integral and global development of its territory that integrates the economic, social and cultural horizons by focusing on the human and geographical potential of the RCM and by favoring the maintenance of environmental assets. To achieve its objectives, the CLD works with the development organizations working on its territory.
Mobilize all local actors in a common approach focused on action to promote the development of the economy and the creation of jobs on the territory in the framework of a partnership between the government, the RCM and the local community.
Touch the rough bark of the tree, the patina of the church bench, the warmth of the blond sand, and the sweetness of the daisy petals. Flush the river water with your fingertips or pick wildflowers at full brews. Stroke the muzzle of the horse or bury your hands in the wool of the angora kid.
Feel the bunch of firs, ferns that populate the undergrowth and the aroma of clover that will be harvested during the summer. Breathe the river, buffalo wool, fresh cut hay, or newly fallen snow. Smell is the sense that has the most memory. Come to remember.
Listen be attentive to the song of the nuthatch and the blue jay, the bleating of the goat, the murmur of the brook and the roar of the fall. Let yourself be overwhelmed by the undecided silence of the forest, the thud of your footsteps on the snow or the screeching of your skates on the ice. Grab […]
Look around you and let your eyes wander to the bucolic landscapes, the rows that crisscross and hilly, bison and elk grazing in the fields. Admire churches and heritage homes along the roads; these are the pillars of our history. Have fun with the shadows on the beach along the river, on the green road along the Chemin du […]
Look around you and let your eyes wander to the bucolic landscapes the rows that crisscross and hilly bison and elk grazing in the fields.