People are required to work and study from home as much as possible right now, but poor rural internet connections and busy households do not always make that easy.  In Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, the municipality is making the Centre Paul-Bougie community centre in Calumet available to students aged 12 and over and teleworkers to have access to high-speed wireless internet (Wi-Fi). Users will be responsible for bringing their tablet, or laptop.

This initiative implemented by the municipality is intended to provide a safe environment for users living in Grenville-sur-la-Rouge.  Spaces are limited.

To access the community center, users will have to register and respect the health measures in place. An employee is present to ensure the smooth running of the activity.

The workspace schedule will be in effect until February 8, 2021. Depending on the level of demand, the schedule may be extended.


  • Monday to Friday from 3.30 pm to 7 pm
  • Saturday from 9 am to 12 pm


Health measures to be respected

  • Wear a face cover at all times in the community center
  • Disinfect your hands on entering and leaving the room
  • Respect the physical distance and assigned space
  • One person per table (teamwork is not allowed)
  • Use personal headphones if necessary
  • Clean your workspace before leaving the center. Wipes will be available.