The Gleaner

Sainte-Barbe launches new municipal website

At the end of May, the municipality of Sainte-Barbe launched its new website:, with the goal of improving communication with residents, visitors, and partners. It has also made it more user-friendly, with a streamlined design, so that users have easier access to information like news, activities, bylaws, recreational facilities, and more.

At the website’s launch, the mayor of the town, Louise Lebrun, shared that “We’re proud to launch this new communications tool, which is in line with our 2023-2030 strategic plan and inspired by our new, streamlined, avant-garde brand image. Our old website had reached the end of its useful life. With this new tool, we are affirming our desire to modernize our services, while confirming our commitment to the community.”

One of the main updates involves permit applications to the Service de l’urbanisme, de l’environnement et du développement: these can now be done online.

“Many hours of work went into the creation of this new website, with its intuitive structure and enriched content. In addition to buttons leading to the most frequently consulted pages, a powerful search engine makes it easy to get straight to the point. We are convinced that this new site will quickly become an indispensable resource for all those who deal with Sainte-Barbe,” said the municipal councilor responsible for communications, Johanne Béliveau.

The municipality also encourages residents to subscribe to its online newsletter to make sure they aren’t missing important details about the town. This will help to reduce paper consumption, as the news is usually printed in the municipal newsletter, Le Barberivain.

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