The mayor, Francine Daigle, pointed out that the social, community, recreational, spiritual and cultural life of the region flourishes thanks to them.
Josée Beaudet was awarded Volunteer of the Year for her dedication over the years to volunteering, especially at the library.
Jean-Paul Yelle was awarded the Social Volunteer award for his dedication to sports, recreation and spiritual activities as well as the Anna-Laberge Foundation
Clodie Vallières won Youth Volunteer due to her involvment in school projects as well as in the christian community and sports activities.
Pierre St-Amand was awarded the Improving Life Volunteer award due to his commitment to the planning advisory committee.
Nicole Jodoin was awarded the Shadow Volunteer award for her work behind the scenes that are essential to a variety of activities and committees.
France Mallette was awarded the Sports and Leisure volunteer award for her role on the leisure committee as well as multiple major event sub-committees.
And last but not least, Jean-Guy Ste-Marie was awarded the Culture Volunteer award for his involvment in cultural planning and traditional music.
Each winner was presented with an original water-colour painting from local artist, Louise Laforme.