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Mike Downey will become the ninth headmaster of Selwyn House School, taking over from current Headmaster Hal Hannaford in June. Currently serving as Assistant Headmaster and Head of Senior School, Mr. Downey has worked at the Westmount school as a teacher, coach and administrator for 30 years.

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Marla Steinfeld loves teaching physical education to teenage girls at Belz Community High School, an Orthodox Jewish girls school downtown. As the only physical education teacher there for grades 7 to 11, her classes are completely different from the more serious ones they take.

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Student-athletes know from an early stage that they can further their education by being proficient in the classroom and in their selected discipline. Many utilize university identification camps to showcase their skills and meet with coaches who are scouting for talent for their respective …

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Almost 250,000 students recently set foot on post-secondary campuses in Montreal, and that means books, courses, exams, and stress. While CEGEP, college and university present a wealth of new opportunities, it can also be a worrisome time for many young adults, especially those who are trans…

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The reality of getting into college today is a more complicated picture than it ever was. Kids today have a harder time standing out in a pool of equally smart, talented, and well-accomplished students. This can make the process of applying to college quite overwhelming.

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Recognizing individuals who have made an indelible mark on John Abbott College and beyond is a tradition on campus since 2016. The Hall of Distinction inductees are alumni, employees, and friends of the College. The 2019 list of honorees will be unveiled Friday, September 20, 2019.

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On Sunday, September 15, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., at the Bibliothèque du Boisé, 2727 boulevard Thimens, the Borough of Saint-Laurent, in collaboration with the Montréal Insectarium and Vertcité, will be holding a presentation on the extraordinary journey of a highly migratory species: the…

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The City of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue will present the fifth edition of its annual Naturally, Sainte-Anne event, which takes place on September 14 from 10 am to 4 pm. A full day of activities that allows the whole family to discover or rediscover the multiple tourist attractions of the City.

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Dawson College graduate Celeste Groux (Pure and Applied Science, Class of 2019) was awarded the Corinne Mount Pleasant-Jetté Leadership Award on Aug. 22. The scholarship is given by RBC and is named in honour of the late Corinne Mount Pleasant-Jetté, a prominent member of the First Nations c…

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As the days get shorter and the nights get cooler, we approach the back to school season. Returning to school can be exciting for some children, but for others, it means sleepless nights filled with worries and anxious feelings. Natasha Niunka, English Generalist at Westpark Elementary Schoo…

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When I was a little girl I played school. I loved playing the role of teacher. My friend Gloria Gorman was my excellent student. We traded roles all the time, but I mostly preferred to be the teacher. I would deliver a lesson, prepare a class assignment, and give out homework. We pretended i…

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Autonomous vehicles and smart cities are here, and critical infrastructure systems are becoming more interconnected. Technologies like fifth-generation (5G) telecommunications networks are creating new job opportunities and innovative online services. Yet as Canada’s digital economy grows, s…