New Program – Nearly $175 Million to Support Sports and Recreation Infrastructure in Quebec Schools and Higher Education

MONTREAL† June 21, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – In the wake of the first call for projects for the new Support Program for Sports and Recreation Facilities in Schools and Higher Education (PSISRSES), the Minister of Education and the Minister responsible for the status of women, Isabelle Charest today unveiled the selected projects. Thanks to … Read more

The Regional Park has the wind in its sails

Improved nature experience Posted on June 23, 2022 by Martin Dumont The Far Hills sector of the Val-Morin Regional Park will see its range of services grow in the coming months thanks to the implementation of three new projects. “Three new projects will improve the service offering in the Parc régional Far Hills sector in … Read more

Tuition fees for the month of July: the imbroglio continues

Several private schools have announced their decision to exempt parents of students from tuition fees for the month of July 2022, including those who had not paid the month of September. A situation that is causing real confusion, according to the Alliance of Private Education in Morocco. explanation. The controversy over the July tuition waiver … Read more


QUEBEC† June 21, 2022 /CNW Telbec/ – In order to meet the educational needs of the population of Quebec and to improve the concrete offer on site, the Minister of Education, Mr Jean-François Roberge, today announced additional financial support and recurring funding of $13 .2 million announced for the Community Action Program on Education, bringing … Read more

Veterinary medicine: an exploration of possibilities focused solely on Rimouski

The Opportunity Study on the Decentralized Training Program for Veterinary Medicine (PDFMV), prepared jointly by the University of Montreal (UdeM) and the University of Quebec at Rimouski (UQAR), did not take into account the analysis of another location such as La Pocatière to train there. The whole document is based on decentralization to the UQAR … Read more