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This year, the Centre for Child Development and Mental Health is pleased to present “Hunt for Wilderpeople”
A boy and his foster father become the subject of a national manhunt after being on the run in the New Zealand bush. Starring Sam Neill and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival See the DETAILS

The Critical Diversity in Higher Education (CDHE) research team at Vanier College cordially invites you to (Dis)Comfort Zones: Negotiating Tensions and Cultivating Belonging in College Classrooms in Quebec, a two-day conference exploring issues of diversity and inclusion in the Cégep system. The event takes place Wednesday, May 17 to Thursday, May 18, 2017 in Vanier College auditorium (Room A-103, 821 av. Sainte-Croix, Montreal, H4L 3J6). See the SCHEDULE

2017 Hydro-Quebec Regional Science and Technology Fair. The following EMSB projects were recognized at the 2017 Hydro-Quebec Regional Science and Technology Fair, held at Concordia University.

The Crown project is an organization located in Montreal, Qc. The organization provides assistance to men, women and millennials. Through various events, The Crown Project will be able to not only help those less fortunate, but also provide innovative ways to empower and uplift recipients and volunteers. 

Camp Erin® is the largest network of free bereavement camps in North America designed for children and teens ages 6-17 who have experienced the death of someone close to them.

Interfaith Human Rights Celebration for World Peace 

Canadians for Coexistence, would like to invite you to join us in this interreligious celebration of human rights and for peace in the world by bringing together people from all major religions.
We believe that the coexistence between peoples of all religions can only be achieved by ridding the world of those terrorist organizations which aspire only to the destruction of the civilized world. Spiritual and human rights guides will speak to us about violence and share their thoughts on freedom of religious expression, love, harmony and generosity of spirit.

Sunday, 21 May, 2017 (15:00 - 17:00)
Shaare Zedek Congregation, 5305 Rosedale Avenue, Montreal, QC. H4V 2H7
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The Riva and Thomas O. Hecht Scholarship Program, Teaching of the Holocaust for Educators announces an exciting new professional development opportunity for teachers.
July 19 – 21, 2017 for English Language Arts teachers
July 23 – 25, 2017 for Social Science/History teachers

Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for young Canadians between ages 10 and 24.5