New Pointe-Claire publications nominated for Plumes d’excellence
Association des communicateurs municipaux du Québec
The Mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, Morris Trudeau, is proud to announce that the City has been named a finalist in the Plumes d’excellence competition sponsored by the Association des communicateurs municipaux du Québec (AMCQ) for its publication redesign project.
“We have reviewed, rethought and renewed our publications to optimize the quality of the services offered to residents and make these services more effective and even easier to use. These improvements are part of the City’s strategic plan and our sustainable development actions. It is particularly gratifying to see our results recognized by specialists through this nomination,” said Mayor Trudeau.
In the spring of 2016, the City redesigned three publications with the objective of improving the dissemination of municipal services and communications to residents, namely: the Leisure Guide, which details cultural, sports, recreational and community development programming; Cultural Notes, which is dedicated to exhibitions, concerts and shows; and Living in Pointe-Claire, which brings together information about municipal services, current projects and upcoming work.
Early this year, we enhanced our offerings with the Day Camp Guide, which features a colourful and comprehensive description of City camps to help parents make an enlightened decision for their children’s activities this summer.
The competition winners will be announced May 25 at the AMCQ’s annual colloquium. In 2016, the City of Pointe-Claire took home the “Social Development” award in the Municipal Ovation Merit competition for its Aid for Seniors Program.
“We are proud to be recognized yet again for our efforts to improve the services offered by our City. We urge you to take a look at our publications so that you can enjoy the many activities on offer,” said Mayor Trudeau in conclusion.
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