English Community Organization of Lanaudière ECOL
3 days ago
The last Military Whist card party of the season will be taking place this Friday (June 14th) at 7:30 p.m. and the Rural Rawdon Association would love to see you there!Come to the Mid-Laurentian United Church Hall (3253 4th Avenue, Rawdon) for cards and more. The RRA will also be holding an auction of wood handicrafts and announcing the winners of the quilt draw and other prizes.It's a date! Admission is only $5, so we hope to see you there. Come on out and support your community! ... See MoreSee Less
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URGENT!! Deadline fast approaching for the Regional Access Committee for Lanaudiere. So far there are 6 interested persons, and by law there must be 7. This important committee works together to create the plan to ensure the English-speaking community has access to health and social services in the Region. It is not a complicated participation, but it is essential. Candidates must live in the Lanaudière region and have a good knowledge of the health and social service needs of the English-speaking community. Contact ECOL for further information. The deadline is only a few days away. Ensure your access to English services is protected! ... See MoreSee Less
I am very interested. I am retired now but I worked in hospital and clinic admin for 25 plus yrs. PM me.
Does the work cater to people who work fulltime or is the mandate directed to retirees?
4 days ago
The fact that the news was first announced in the French media was an additional blow. ... See MoreSee Less
Parents, students left heartbroken as fate of 3 English schools hang in balance | CBC News
My late husband taught at John Paul for many many years till he retired in 2008. One of my granddaughters attends that school......
How can they do this? I would say unbelievable, but there is bound to be something else on the horizon, problem being they don;t know how to fix real problems. Oppression is there game.
Unfortunately I live in communist Quebec !
We have no rights !!!!!!! 😡
If you can’t save them burn them down. Something has got to give in Quebec, Les Anglais have been giving up ground for far too long
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Everyone could benefit from less screen time. ... See MoreSee Less
Want kids to have less screen time? Put your phones down, pediatrician says | CBC News
Quebec’s education minister pledged to improve the resources for special needs students during a Monday visit to Montreal’s École de l’Étincelle, which recently made headlines after an autistic student in crisis was confined to a closet. ... See MoreSee Less
Quebec education minister pledges more resources for autistic students
I wouldn’t hold my breath he also said he would support the English but I have yet to see him do anything for our schools but give them to the French boards.
Confined to a closet??? I have no words, only rage.
6 days ago
There continues to be a strong community reaction to school transfers. ... See MoreSee Less
Opinion: Government of Quebec should keep its hands off our schools
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