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What will the world look like in 150 years? How will today's events shape the future?

We want Grades 7 to 12 students to give us a glimpse of the great Canadian novel in the year 2168. 

Your challenge is to write the first page of a novel set 150 years in the future, with your protagonist facing an issue that's topical today and setting the scene for how it's all playing out in a century and a half.

How will the world leaders of today impact the world of tomorrow? Who will be the biggest name in pop culture in the future? How will climate change impact the protagonist's life, where he or she lives, the struggles he or she is facing? (Oh, and speaking of he/she — does gender even exist in 150 years?)

The book could be from any literary genre, from mystery or thriller to literary fiction, from adventure or romance to satire or sci-fi.

View Flyer : The First Page Student writing challenge

For: Ages 8 to 12
Length: Three 90-minute sessions
Please note: All campers must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian for the duration of Apple Camp. For more information please www.apple.com/ca/today/camp/

Staff and students in Rosemount H.S. will be creating mason jar recipes that will be sold in our community for $10
For more information please contact Mr. Vince Lacroce
View Flyer : FEED the FUTURE

8 WEEKS OF COACHING IN
SINGING, DANCING & ACTING
then perform live on stage in
A MUSICAL PRODUCTION
AT THE RIALTO THEATRE
Join other students from the EMSB
for this incredible experience

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Adolescents with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

The ADHD Research Program of the Montreal Children’s Hospital
Poster : PDF file

LEARN is a non-profit educational organization with a mandate to serve the English-speaking community of Quebec.
For more information : LEARN SERVICES AND RESOURCES BROCHURE

The Canadian Centre for Child Protection, through its Cybertip.ca program, wants to make parents aware of a concerning new location-sharing feature on Snapchat, an app that lets users send photos, videos, and messages that disappear after a set time. Snapchat is hugely popular with teens and has more users than Twitter.
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Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death for young Canadians between ages 10 and 24.5
KNOW THE FACTS
TIPS FOR TEACHERS

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