The Acadian cultural square is designated as a local heritage site for its value with regards to the public area that served as a meeting place par excellence for most of the cultural and sports activities, whether regional, national or international, for as far back as 1879. Picnics, bazaars, raffles, the Down-home Festival, the 'Poutine' Festival (which gave Saint-Antoine the title of 'Poutine' Capital), amateur nights, various sports and other activities have contributed to the development of a typically Acadian culture in the village. Of international scope, the site has also hosted the 1990-1992 Arcadiades, as well as the 1994 Congrès mondial acadien.

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Info-Alert

The municipal council public meeting that was supposed to be held on Tuesday March 31st has been cancelled.

Effective April 1st, 2020, the garbage pick-up for citizens of the Village of Saint-Antoine will be on Wednesdays instead of Mondays. Please leave your bags at the curbside before 6:30 AM. We thank you for your cooperation. Please note that there won't be a pick-up on Monday March 30th.