Notice of Appointment

Please join us in welcoming our new employee.

As the Restigouche Regional Service Commission (RRSC) moves forward with the integration of its new mandates and services related to the local governance reform, our services are expanding, and our team is growing.

The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Restigouche RSC, Betty-Ann Fortin, is pleased to announce the following nomination:

Jessy Akerley joins the RSC team as a Communications Officer. Jessy will take care of all RSC communications. He will be responsible for the media visibility of the Commission, the awareness and education of programs related to the various services we offer. He will also design material and documents relating to RSC services for residents.

His previous experience with the media and communication will certainly be an asset in his new role!

jessy@commissionrestigouche.ca

(506) 760-0614

Restigouche Regional Service Commission Launches its New Tourism Initiative

Campbellton, Thursday December 8th, 2022 – The Restigouche Regional Service Commission has launched its new Tourism Initiative.  As part of the local governance reform, tourism promotion has been added to the Commission’s mandate.  A new Restigouche Tourism office has therefore been added to the services of the Restigouche Regional Service Commission.  A new tourism advisory committee has been put in place and new tourism branding for the area was unveiled.

The Chairman of the Restigouche RSC, Brad Mann, expressed that ‘‘The region has been missing out for way too long on opportunities particularly for winter tourism.  Our board of directors recognized the need for the whole region to get involved.  The Commission appointed Brian Landry from Charlo as chair of the new Tourism Advisory Committee and has hired Marilyn Saucier as Director of Tourism.’’

Tourisme Restigouche Tourism’s brand image along with its slogan «Experience the Enchantment of our 4 seasons» will be the pillar of Restigouche’s new Tourism Division’s strategy.

The new branding and strategy will be implemented through video presentation, campaign ads, new welcome signs, publications and social medias strategies.

‘‘This new structure offers a great opportunity to collaborate and promote our beautiful Restigouche region’’, said Chairman of the Advisory Committee, Brian Landry.

Wildlife fencing

The Restigouche Regional Service Commission is asking for more wildlife fencing along Highways 11 & 17.

Press Release October 2021