Off-Highway bill 71 La Fédération des clubs de motoneiges du Québec saluts the Ministry of Transportations work

Terrebonne, October 25th 2020 – La Fédération des clubs de motoneigistes du Québec (FCMQ) has always placed security at the forefront of its preoccupations. When we speak of security, we evoke in trail security for the snowmobilers, but we also speak of the respect for the rules and regulations. The Off-Highway law has been initiated in 1996, in order to oversee the use of off-highway vehicles. Many years later, in 2010 certain revisions have been made to the law. The FCMQ is proud to announce that bill 71 has been introduced today with the objective of revisiting in its entirety the Off-Highway law. The last revision dated back more than ten years; a revamp was essential in order to reflect a new reality.

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News from your federation : An atypical 2020-2021 snowmobile season

Terrebonne, October 19th, 2020 – The questions concerning the 2020-2021 snowmobile season are numerous and the subject has been discussed many times with government authorities. We assure you that the FCMQ is following the situation very closely and that we will keep all stakeholders informed if and when there are changes or corrections to be made. The FCMQ has no intention on closing its trails this winter as it was suggested to the clubs at a time when little was known about the virus and the entire economy was put on hold.

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