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How to Get Your Child to Do Homework Without a Fight

By Carol Tuttle, author of The Child Whisperer When it comes to your child's homework, do you beg, plead, or bribe? Do you threaten consequences? You can make homework easier for...
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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...

Kuper Mom’s meet Mathew to give him $5,500

By Rhonda Massad A group called Kuper Moms raised $11,000 with the support of Kuper Academy in Kirkland to be shared equally with Mathew Schreindorfer and Ballet Montreal Performing Arts. The...
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Are you the Next Einstein? “The Next Einstein” Online Competition Searches for A Genius...

"The Next Einstein", an online competition that invites individuals to submit their big idea on how to make the world a better place, is launching March 28th, with a...
Chairman of the Lester B Pearson School Board Suanne Stein Day

Stein Day elected LBPSB chair

By Robert Frank www.thesuburban.com After several hours of vote-counting, Nov. 2, returning officer Rémi Poliquin declared Suanne Stein Day elected to chair the Lester B. Pearson School Board (LBPSB). Of the 11,431...
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Literacy Unlimited celebrates International Literacy Day

Please join Literacy Unlimited in celebrating International Literacy Day on Wednesday, September 7, 2016 from 4-9 pm at Chapters Pointe-Claire. During this event Chapters Pointe-Claire will donate 20% of sales to...
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Samsung Canada launches 2017 Solve for Tomorrow Challenge-Inspiring Students to Solve Tomorrow’s Problems Today

Following a successful 2016 campaign that saw over 650 Canadian schools participate, Samsung Electronics Canada Inc. today announced the official launch of the 2017 Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Challenge....
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“Wired and Retired” – iPad Course for Beginners in Dorval

This free course, for seniors and retirees who are residents of Dorval, is designed for novices with little to no previous experience with the iPad. It is an opportunity...
Riverdale High School Ewaste

Riverdale High tackles E-waste

by Jim Morrison The basement halls of Riverdale High School resembled a factory, at a recent open house, as dozens of student workers were busy at labour, recycling computer systems...
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What floatation device is best for your child? Swim for Life tells us

West Island Blog's Swim Safety Series with Swim for Life's Karina Renaud of Pointe Claire tells gives us the ins and outs of floatation safety. Karina at Swim for Life...

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