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La Croisée residents are voting…

...and here’s why:

Active voter participation builds healthier, engaged communities.

Voting is a way of connecting to, and caring about - our neighbourhoods, our governments, and the direction of public policy.  

Elected officials are more likely to respond to the needs and concerns of neighbourhoods that turn out.

Administrations are more responsive to local non-profit Community Associations that represent voters that have turned out in greater numbers.


You make room at that table for your community.

Democracy can’t be taken for granted or left to be redefined by other interests.

If not yours, other voices will fill the void - not of your wanting.

Our community is more likely to thrive, as we wish, when we participate together at a higher rate.


Your vote IS important.

And, you can walk to the polling station,

November 5th, Gatineau Golf Club  10:00am to 8:00pm!


Community Corn Roast – September 16th


Everyone is invited to the community corn roast!

WHERE: Parc De La Croisée
WHEN: Saturday, September 16th - 4h00 pm

There will be music and food:  corn, hot-dogs and beverages! (cash only) 

You are welcome to bring a salad or a dessert for the potluck. If you would like to make an offering, you can sign up here

If you would like to help with this event, please sign up here

The annual general meeting of our La Croisée Community Association will also be held during the event. 

This annual  community gathering is where we discuss updates from our community "non-profit"  association.  However, most of the time is spent in open discussion, the sharing of concerns, ideas and possibilities for the community.

The life and success of our Community Association depends upon this annual get together!  You can bring a blanket or chair.

(Courtesy of Syracuse Cultural Workers)