Coronavirus (COVID-19) - Message of April 24th - The Township of Low wishes to inform you -

Here are, as of April 24th, information and steps taken by the Municipality in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. Please read carefully.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) - The Township of Low wishes to inform you - Message of April 17th

Particular attention should be paid to the elderly, especially those aged 70 and over - Extra garbage not in the bin will not be picked up - Travelling for essential needs - Desjardins service counter in Kazabazua - Emergency food aid program - Help required to pick up groceries or medication.


L’Écocentre de la MRC desservira les secteurs d’activités prioritaires à compter du 20 avril

Le service est aussi réouvert depuis le 27 avril pour le grand public.

Notice concerning pick up of bulky items and garbage

No bulky items will be picked up in order to avoid any additional risk of contamination. We will only pick up household waste. Only wheeled bins will be collected, all garbage, anything outside of these bins will not be picked up.

MESSAGE OF APRIL 10th - Particular attention should be paid to the elderly, especially those aged 70 and over, since they are at higher risk of complications. If possible, take time out of your day to call a loved one...

Situation in the Outaouais and the MRC
  • Table of COVID-19 cases, as of May 26th in Gatineau and in the Outaouais MRC : click here >>
Measures announced by Québec government

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  • Le premier ministre demande aux Québécois ayant une formation médicale de s’enrôler pour aider dans les CHSLD : lire le message >>
The Township of Low wishes to inform you

MESSAGE OF APRIL 6th - About municipal services, first responders, outdoor fires, public works, road check points, help for picking up groceries and medication and limit to travel.

The Conference of Prefects of the Outaouais Welcomes the Setting Up of Police Checkpoints

Over the past few days, the Conference of Prefects of the Outaouais (CPO) has shared its concerns in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic with the Minister responsible for the Outaouais region, Mathieu Lacombe. Today, the PCO is pleased to see that the mobilization of elected officials in the Outaouais region has been successful and that the message has been heard by the Premier of Quebec and the Public Health officials.

Message from MRC prefect : permanent citizens, cottage and chalet owners, avoid non-essential trips

In the context of the COVID-19 pandemic and in compliance with the current government directives, the prefect of the MRC of La Vallée-de-laGatineau, Chantal Lamarche, asks that all permanent citizens, cottage and chalet owners avoid non-essential trips.

Measures taken by the government
Coronavirus

Those wishing to obtain information on the situation of COVID-19 in Quebec are invited to visit the Quebec.ca/coronavirus website.

Anyone who thinks they have COVID-19 or who wishes to obtain information about it, is invited to dial, starting March 9, 2020, 1 877 644-4545.