Daniel, the only child of Saint-Venant-de-Paquette (or about)

Sometimes there is not much to do, She laments. Even if he loves the countryside, Daniel will sometimes ask for a little companionship. That would be fun. I would be less annoyed. Yes, he has primary school friends in the neighboring village of Saint-Malo. There are also children who come to visit their grandparents, but spend most of their childhood surrounded by adults.

His mother, Lynn Currie, however, believes that her son does not suffer in this situation even if the arrival of young men his age in the village is welcomed. There are children who always have to be with other people. She’s still good, her own. He is also very good with adults. I would even say that sometimes it’s good with them.

The expression that It takes a whole village to raise a child Very well applicable to Daniel, who gets a lot of attention from adults in Saint-Vent-de-Pacquiao. She’s a bit like the center of attention, her mother says. ans”,”text”:”Pendant longtemps, son meilleur ami, c’était notre voisin, Marc-André, qui a 74ans”}}”>For a long time, his best friend was our neighbor, Mark-Andre, aged 64.He says sarcastically.

The Corriveau-Desbiens family left Sherbrooke a few years ago to settle full-time in Saint-Vent-de-Pacquiao.

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In St. Malo and East Hereford, there are more familiesMentioned, however, is Claude Desbiens, Daniel’s father. ans versus les autres villages aux alentours , c’est à peu près 47ans. On fait partie des jeunes du village! Oui, ce serait le fun des familles plus jeunes.”,”text”:”Je vais te dire qu’à Saint-Venant, vu que c’est plus tranquille, le monde cherche moins à venir s’installer ici. La moyenne d’âge est d’à peu près 53ans versus les autres villages aux alentours , c’est à peu près 47ans. On fait partie des jeunes du village! Oui, ce serait le fun des familles plus jeunes.”}}”>I’m going to tell you that in Saint-Venten, since it’s quiet, people are less interested in coming and settling here. The average age is about 53 years. In other nearby villages it is about 47 years old. We are part of the village youth! Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.

In a town Development

If Daniel is the only child in the center of the village, some more children live in the municipal area. It will take more time to confirm the legacy, estimates Henry Parisiu, mayor of Saint-Vent-de-Pauquet. The man who raised his four children on his farm and had a family relationship with the first builder of this picturesque village in the mid-19’se Century, believes he needs new blood in his own city.

Saint-Venant enjoys an excellent reputation for its unique landscapes and cultural activities, such as the Poetic Trail and the House of Trees. The reality is that the village still has some potential to offer future buyers. There are not enough houses to meet the demand.Henry Parisiu, who has been mayor for 16 years, admits.

Henry Parisius, mayor of Saint-Vent-de-Pauquet, wants young families to come and settle in his village.

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In recent years, subdivisions have been created to allow the addition of dwellings, but they are located a few kilometers away from the village center. Available 16 lots almost all sold out. Currently three houses are under construction. It’s encouragingHe shouted that he would show us these huge lots, some of which were breathtaking views of the New Hampshire Mountains.

A few houses under construction are not enough to increase the population, which has been stagnant for many years for about 100 people. It is very small if we compare it with 700 or 800 inhabitants who have already populated the place in the distant past.

Saint-Venant-de-Paquette offers excellent landscapes.

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Mayor Paris is still optimistic. familles dans le même rang. À un moment donné, ce rang a fermé parce qu’il n’y avait plus de familles. Graduellement, on dirait que ça construit puisque des nouvelles familles arrivent de la ville et viennent en campagne respirer l’air pur et être plus libre dans de plus grande superficie.”,”text”:”On avait de nombreuses familles. Les rangs étaient pleins. Mon père me racontait qu’il y avait 16familles dans le même rang. À un moment donné, ce rang a fermé parce qu’il n’y avait plus de familles. Graduellement, on dirait que ça construit puisque des nouvelles familles arrivent de la ville et viennent en campagne respirer l’air pur et être plus libre dans de plus grande superficie.”}}”>We had many families. The row was full. My father told me that there were 16 families in the same row. At one point, the position closed because there were no more families. Gradually, it seems to be forming, as new families come from the city and come to the countryside to breathe clean air and free up the larger area.

Welcome newcomers Weapons Open

Adele Grau, a municipal clerk and deputy director, is one of the newcomers. The 22-year-old came across the epidemic. Landing from Montreal, the young woman had long wanted to settle in this famous village which she had visited regularly for the last ten years. A job opportunity presents itself and she jumps at the chance. It has been in my plans for years! I wanted to get closer here. Saint-Venant has a spirit. Something really special is going on here. And then, I felt ready to stay in the countryside.

Adèle Grou dreamed of staying in Saint-Vent-de-Paquette for years.

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I want to settle here, I want to have a house, maybe a family. I really see myself here long termWith a big smile, the young woman said that in the autumn, the acting director general of the municipality should be.

Does he miss the big city sometimes? No! He answers spontaneously. I go back to Montreal and every time I tell myself I can’t wait to get back home. There’s something I can’t find in Montreal. It’s sure to be fun to find family and friends and a little more active life, but on a daily basis, I love the countryside.

The people here are so beautiful! I would say it’s an attachment. It’s not a special thing. It’s a feeling that’s really special when I’m here. It’s special. A

A quote from Adèle Grou, Deputy Director General of Saint-Venant-de-Paquette

We are very proud [qu’elle ait choisi notre village]. We are doing everything we can to keep him as future general manager [de la municipalité]The mayor said he did not hide his appreciation for the newcomers.

The playground, located in the center of the village, is primarily used by children visiting their grandparents or by the young people who pass by during the tourist season, based in Saint-Vent-de-Pacquiao.

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There is no question of Daniel leaving his village when he is sometimes annoyed. Despite his young age, he has already found himself making his living here and already has a very specific project in mind: he wants to be a mechanic and probably go to the Olympic Games in cross-country skiing!

There is a house above the village that I want to buy. It is a small red house with a beautiful veranda and a small garage at the back. I want to plant my farga there. A

A quote from Daniel, a resident of Saint-Venant-de-Pacquiao

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