FROM APRIL 19 TO JUNE 2, 2021
This public consultation is finished.
From now until June 2, 2021, the general public is invited to take part in the consultation on an exemption
from the provisions of the Regulation respecting the sustainable development of forests in the domain of the
The exemption involves replacing the original cutting approach, using block cutting and cutting with protection
of regeneration and soils, with an approach using spatial organization compartments, for the period 2018-2023,
in development unit 074-51.
The changes will come into force as from September 1, 2021.
Delegated by the Outaouais MRCs and the City of Gatineau, the MRC Pontiac is mandated by the MFFP, by his Sustainable Forest Management Program, to organize and conduct this consultation.
To consult the exemption
You may consult the full document and summary of the substitution, and submit comments, until June 2, 2021
INFORMATION BY TELEPHONE AND E-MAIL
The offices of the MFFP are closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you would like additional
information, please e-mail:
Consultationpafi-Outaouais@mffp.gouv.qc.ca or leave a voice message at 819 246-4827, ext. 375. A
Department representative will answer all voice mails and e-mails within two working days.
to submit comments
You may submit comments online until JUNE 2, 2021.
Or upload PDF document containing your comments on an exemption from the provisions of the Regulation respecting the sustainable development of forests in the domain of the State (RSDF)
Your comments will be forwarded to the Coordinator of the Outaouais Regional Table of Integrated Resources and Land Management (TRGIRTO) who will produce a report for the Ministry of Forests, Wildlife and Parks.
The purpose of the consultation is to obtain comments on the proposed forest plan. It cannot be used to review
public land use or the rights granted on public land.
Important: If you have never participated in a consultation held by the MFFP in the Outaouais region and would like to be informed of upcoming public consultations, please send a request to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating “Please add me to the mailing list” in the email subject line.