Students denounce the lack of Indigenous sensitivity in education in Quebec

As CEGEP teachers, we have a responsibility to assist all students on their path to success, not just a few students. However, current policies and structures not only inhibit the success of Aboriginal students, but contribute to injuries. It cannot continue!, assures Michelle Smith, spokesperson for RID. The participants all agreed in saying that the … Read more

Wawanesa begins its deployment in commercial insurance in Quebec

Wawanesa is fully prepared to invest in the business insurance market in Quebec, as it prepares its deployment since 2020. This will all be done in February, with a family of ten products, the insurer told the Insurance portal. This strategy of including the business insurance segment follows the strategy launched two years ago, where … Read more

Joseph El-Sayegh joins a major Quebec brokerage firm

The damage insurance brokerage firm Lussier Dale Parizeau announced the hiring of Joseph El-Sayegh as Regional Vice-President, Business Services and Practice Leader in Risk Management. The company made the announcement on January 11. He took office the same day. “Joseph has a philosophy of collaborative and open management combined with a strategic vision that will … Read more

Good Practices for Face Covering and Procedural Mask | Ministry of Education and Ministry of Higher Education

The Ministry has developed a toolbox aimed at recalling good practices in handling the face covering and the procedural mask (mask). This box contains suggested activities and means aimed at making elementary and secondary school students aware of behaviors that allow them to better apply public health measures in schools. Posters illustrating the steps to … Read more

Bilingual Marketing Coordinator – EY Canada: Jobs in Quebec

EY Canada The possibility To offer exceptional professional service, we must structure the discussion around the most complex issues facing our clients and offer a useful point of view at every stage of their journey. Our ability to fuel these discussions through strategic marketing activities sets us apart in a more competitive market than ever … Read more

Québec invited by the Centrale des unions du Québec to continue its reflection on air purifiers

The Legault government must absolutely continue its reflection on air purifiers in schools, insists the Centrale des unions du Québec (CSQ), two days after public health indicated that it does not recommend their installation. “I invite the minister [de l’Éducation, Jean-François Roberge,] not to rule out the use of air purifiers in classrooms where standards … Read more

Covid-19: curfew begins in Québec, the first in Canada

A nightly curfew took effect on Saturday in Québec to try to contain a second wave of coronavirus, a measure unprecedented at the provincial level in Canada since the Spanish flu epidemic a century ago. In Montreal, some pedestrians and vehicles continue to circulate in the center after the curfew enters into force at 8:00 … Read more

Quebec imposes curfew on COVID-19

Quebec’s prime minister announced Wednesday that he will impose a province-wide curfew starting Saturday to reduce infections and hospitalizations from the coronavirus. This French-speaking province of more than 8.4 million inhabitants is the first in Canada to impose a curfew to face the pandemic. Prime Minister Francois Legault said that despite the fact that schools, … Read more

Labor market: 145,000 positions to be filled in Quebec in October

More than 280,000 Quebecers benefited from employment insurance benefits in October, while the labor market recorded an increase in demand for labor with 145,000 positions to fill. • Read also: The worst could still be to come This is what emerges from an analysis of Statistics Canada data on vacant positions produced by the Institut … Read more