Wednesday, September 28, 2022
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Choosing a High School for Your Child?

by Rhonda Massad Michel Lafrance, former Executive Director of the QAIS (Quebec Association of Independent Schools) and headmaster at West Island College will be on hand Wednesday May 11, 2016 at the...
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Kindergarten teachers rue reduced class time – Stein Day: “More difficult choices coming”

By Robert Frank www.newscoverage.org It was standing room only at Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB) headquarters, April 28, where some 75 kindergarten teachers and their supporters packed the council chamber,...
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THE BEAUTY IN THE DIFFERENCES

By: Ken Ingram Montreal is a melting pot, just as many of our great Canadian metropolitans cities are. This translates into being confronted by various languages, ethnicities, beliefs and...
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Selling Your Home? First Impressions Matter; Your Essential Checklist of “Things To Do” and...

How exciting! You’ve finally decided. You're calling a realtor and putting your home for sale. You begin to daydream, that before too long your realtor, home stager and professional photographer...
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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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Kirkland Library wins 2nd prize for its TD Summer Reading Club Program

At a ceremony held in Jasper, Alberta on Saturday, April 30, the Kirkland Library was awarded second prize for its 2015 TD Summer Reading Club program in the English...
John Abbott College Loonie Toonie Challenge

Holiday spirit alive and well at John Abbott College An anonymous donor matches...

by Rhonda Massad November marked the 10th annual Loonie Toonie challenge at John Abbott College (JAC).  This year a generous donor matched the more than  $9,000 raised by the students...
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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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Women’s Centre offering free seminar Feisty After Fifty seminar on Oct 22

West Island Women's Centre Join us for a free seminar on Tuesday, October 22, from 1 to 3 p.m. Our presenter, Lesley Cotton, will show the short film "Feisty After Fifty:...
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Self-directed computer-based learning boosts education in developing countries

by Rhonda Massad The 60 million girls foundation will be holding a learning lunch at Beaconsfield Golf Club on June 4 at noon.  The subject of the lunch is self-directed...