During the regular meeting on June 22nd held at the Balmoral Community Centre in Bois-Joli, the Restigouche Regional Service Commission tabled its 2022 Annual Report. The highlights of the different divisions were presented. It was a year of change for the RSC with the preparation to establish new mandates as a result of the local […]
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CAMPBELLTON, NB : With the ongoing housing crisis in New Brunswick, the Restigouche Regional Service Commission has commissioned a housing needs report for the area in anticipation of the current decade. Economist Mr. Richard Saillant reveals in his report that there are several contributing factors to this housing demand, namely: the retirement of baby boomers, […]
Effective June 12th 2023, the Restigouche Transfer Station will have a reduced rate for Clean Construction & Demolition (C&D) Waste. Accepted materials are those approved by the NB Department of Environment and associated with the construction, renovation and/or demolition of a structure and include: Concrete (without rebar) and brick Untreated wood Siding, ceiling tile, gypsum […]
CAMPBELLTON, NB : The Restigouche Regional Service Commission is pleased to learn that following meetings in December 2022 and March 2023 with the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, the Honorable Jeff Carr, the department is implementing measures effective immediately concerning winter maintenance of Routes 11 and 17. The Commission had invited Minister Carr to meet […]
CAMPBELLTON, NB : The Restigouche Regional Service Commission welcomed the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, the Honorable Jeff Carr on March 1, 2023. Following concerns surrounding road conditions, the mayors took the initiative to invite the Minister initially on the subject of the winter maintenance of Routes 11 and 17. At the same time, they […]
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Economic and Labour Force Development Coordinator The Restigouche Regional Service Commission is seeking to hire an full-time Economic and Labour Force Development Coordinator to work under the supervision of the RSC’s Chief Executive Officer with the support of an-advisory committee. The ELFDC will coordinate the region’s economic and labour force development strategies & […]
CAMPBELLTON, NB : The Restigouche Regional Service Commission held its first Board of Directors meeting with its new members on Thursday, February 2nd. Following the recent implementation of the Municipal Reform, the Commission’s board of directors will subsequently be formed of ten (10) members, specifically two (2) representatives per community. In addition to Solid Waste […]
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 […]
Restigouche Regional Service Commission encompasses the municipalities, communities and Local service districts from Durham Parish (excluding Belledune) in the East to the Kedgwick Rural Community in the West.
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