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Collège Citoyen teacher receives Governor General’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

Francis Lalande’s winning project combined bicycling and Lachine Canal history A teacher from the Laval-based Collège Citoyen was presented last week with the Governor General’s...

Quebec aims to deploy 90,000 CO2 detectors in schools by mid-December

Education ministry had wanted to complete task by autumn and back-to-school Air quality experts with the Quebec government are giving their assurances that up to...

Province announces schools will reopen for in-person education

Children 6 to 16 years old must attend school in September Quebec’s education ministers announced on June 16 that all schools will reopen in September....
Laurier School Board showcases 2017-2018 budget overview

SWLSB buys COVID-19 air purifiers, wants Legault to prioritize staff for inoculation

In two recent measures taken to deal with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board ordered more than 200 air purifiers...

City signs cultural agreement with Collège Montmorency

As part of a long-term plan to expand its network of cultural facilities and infrastructure in the city-centre, the City of Laval says it...

Quebec English School Boards Association applauds major win on Bill 40

The Quebec English School Boards Association (QESBA) says it is very pleased with a Québec Superior Court judgment rendered in its favour on Aug....

Capital campaign launched for Giant Steps Autism Centre

Foundation hopes to raise $24 million for innovative $50.7 million project The Giant Steps Foundation has launched a $24 million fundraising campaign to build the...

Incumbent SWLSB chairman Paolo Galati re-elected

‘Success for All’ team leader begins his second term According to polling results for the 2021 Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board elections on Sept. 26,...

Quebec sets new rules for COVID-19 back-to-school

Masks to be mandatory for grade five up, but not in classrooms Elementary school students in Quebec from the fifth grade up will be required...

As Laval’s English-speaking population increases, the SWLSB’s enrollment is still falling

Blame falls on private schools, enrollment at other boards and Quebec’s language legislation Even with the impact of Quebec’s Bill 101 included to account for...