Friday, October 22, 2021
Candis Noble, Rhonda Massad

Why is Mental Health Awareness Important?

Mental health is a subject that remains hidden. In the past, people thought of it as something that limits you from leading a normal life. There is a truth...
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Legault announces holiday plans, extends school closures

In a press conference this evening François Legault, Premier of Quebec, announced additional measures to flatten the COVID-19 curve and lessen the stress on Quebec’s healthcare system. The highlighted...
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MLUWC announces Scholarship Recipients

The Montreal Lakeshore University Women’s Club (MLUWC) announced the recipients of the 2020-2021 university scholarships! Each recipient received a scholarship or bursary valued at $2000.00: Congratulations to Carolanne Carr,...
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Legault extended restrictions to Nov. 23 and announced changes for Secondary III students

In a press conference this evening François Legault, Premier Ministre du Québec, announced additional measures to further flatten the COVID-19 curve and lessen the stress on Quebec’s healthcare system....
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COVID-19: Québec’s At-Risk Students Feeling Left Behind

In August, the Government of Canada allocated $432.15 million in support of Québec through the Safe Return to Class Fund. “We’ve made this funding flexible, so provinces, and ultimately...
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A Teacher’s Take on COVID-19 in Québec Schools

You’ve likely heard it before, children are the backbone of our future. Without people to educate them, our economy would tank, the healthcare system would fail, and our country...
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The Pros and Cons of Student Life in Canada

Students move abroad to attain excellent education and exposure to cultures other than their own. Most people know that leaving what they know, though uncomfortable, is one of the...
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Ça Va Bien: an anti-discrimination movement launched by West Island resident Luc Patry

West Island resident and father Luc Patry, hopes to create an anti-discrimination movement starting right here in the West Island. Patry was inspired by the rainbows and "Ça va bien...

Getting Ready for School: 3 Tips for Effective Online Education

Getting ready for school in 2020 means something different than it was just a decade ago. The situation with a novel COVID-19 outbreak changed the lives of millions of...
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BREAKING: Revised Back-to-School Plans for Quebec

Following a viral petition and numerous concerns from parents, teachers and students about the Quebec back-school-plan put in place in June, many have called on the Education Minister Jean-Francois...