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Saint-Chrysostome celebrates the launch of its Family Policy

The Municipality of Saint-Chrysostome officially launched its new Family and Age-Friendly Municipality 2023-2028 policy on October 31.

Mayor Steve Laberge expressed his gratitude to the community for its support and commitment to improving the quality of life for all residents. “This policy and its action plan demonstrate that the family is omnipresent in the municipality’s way of thinking. It is a working tool to create a living environment in Saint-Chrysostome, where families and seniors are at the heart of our community.”

Municipal councillor Jean-Luc Payant, who is responsible for issues relating to families and seniors, went on to say that “The development of this policy was an opportunity to dream of a municipality that would enable us to flourish, while projecting ourselves into the future by setting ambitious but achievable goals.” The policy includes a range of measures aimed at strengthening the well-being of families, including access to quality services and recreational activities.

As an Age-Friendly Municipality, Saint-Chrysostome is committed to creating an environment adapted to the needs of seniors and promoting their active participation in the community. The municipality has planned a series of upcoming activities and projects and is encouraging residents to get involved. This new policy was facilitated by the Ministère de la Famille’s Programme de soutien aux politiques familiales municipale. (SR).

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