English Community Organization of Lanaudière ECOL
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ECOL wishes you a very happy Easter weekend. Stay safe and remember to pace yourself on the chocolate! ... See MoreSee Less
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Pace - what does that mean😂
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ECOL was present yesterday at the Cocktail Dinatoire organized by the QCGN. We were able to meet MNAs and speak about access to health care for the English-speaking community. ... See MoreSee Less
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DID YOU KNOW: Automated external defibrillator (A.E.D.) units have been purchased for the Mid Laurentian United Church and Christ Church Halls in Rawdon. Debrillators can save lives in a medical emergency - but only if you know how to use them. Do you organize or attend activities in these halls? We would like to show you just how to save a life by using a defibrillator (A.E.D.) combined with chest compressions (no mouth-to-mouth resuscitation). The training takes less than one hour.LESS THAN ONE HOUR TO LEARN TO SAVE LIVES!Free sessions will be offered in the morning and early afternoon on Monday, May 6th, in French and in English, at the Mid Laurentian United Church Hall. It is necessary to register if you wish to attend. Please contact Diane at 450-421-5929 or Michelle at 450-421-5379. ... See MoreSee Less
Easter Egg Extravaganza at the Rawdon Wellness Centre yesterday. Join us in Mascouche on Thursday afternoon if you would like to make some of your own. ... See MoreSee Less
Sad I missed it. Looks like it was fun.
The the Honourable David Lametti, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, announced the Government of Canada’s support for the Quebec Community Groups Network’s (QCGN) people-centered project for improving access to Justice in English in Quebec. This project, which received $445,050 in funding, will support community volunteers leading the QCGN’s work in three key areas: justice services related to administrative tribunals, youth, and seniors. ... See MoreSee Less
Improving access to Justice for minority language communities in Quebec - Canada.ca
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Will your son or daughter be off to study in Montreal in the next year or two? Would you like them to already become familiar with the city and its resources? ECOL can organize day or overnight trips tailored to the group's needs and interests. Travel, meals and accommodations are supplied by ECOL through financial contributions by McGill University (Health Canada) and Canadian Heritage.Send us your name, telephone number or email by private message for more information.During Spring Break, a few students, hosted by English Community Organization of Lanaudière ECOL headed out for a few days in the Big City. Take a moment to read about their trip and the JHS Grads who were there to greet them 😍 ... See MoreSee Less
That is great!
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