Due to the lack of time to organize the 2021 Yvon LeBlanc Run, the 5th edition scheduled for September will be postponed to 2022.

The intersection at Clément Avenue and Louis J. Robichaud Avenue is now a three-way stop. This new signage was installed in order to ensure the safety of road users and the students at the École Camille-Vautour.

This summer, the municipalities and Kent-South Chamber of Commerce want to support the local businesses by encouraging people to buy local. From July 1 to August 31, get your #KentSouthPassport and you could win one of the three $500 prizes.

To show support and respect for all Indigenous people, the Village of Saint-Antoine’s flags will be flown at half mast following recent discoveries in British Columbia and Saskatchewan on the sites of former residential schools. The Village of Saint-Antoine will not be celebrating Canada Day on July 1st.

The Village of Saint-Antoine is looking for a candidate to represent the municipality in a regional appeal committee. This committee will process appeals from owners or occupants of the premises, building or structure where a notice of dangerous or unsightly premises was registered against the property.

The swearing-in ceremony for the members of the new municipal council was held on Wednesday June 9 at the Saint-Antoine Community Centre. Candidates elected in the May 10th municipal election officially took office for the next four years. Congratulations to all!

The dumping station for the recreational vehicles is now OPEN on Henri Street (Industrial Park).

ATV's, motorcycles, scooters and all other motorized vehicles are not permitted on the Village of Saint-Antoine's trails. The trail network is reserved to pedestrians and cyclists for safety reasons. If you see some in our trails, please report them to the RCMP or the municipality. Fines will be given.

Measures are being taken to eliminate used syringes and needles left in the community. 

If you witness a car, an ATV or a motorcycle that makes continuous noise during the night, write down the description of the vehicle and call the RCMP immediately at (506) 523-8282 or dial 911.