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Le journal de la Vitrine du Bas-Saint-Laurent (English)
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A Summer in seven movements, this time in English, with the CLAC’s 3rd literary tea presenting writer and film maker Paul Almond on Sunday, July 24 juillet. He will be accompanied by jazz duo Gilles Blais and Eddy Métivier.
The documentary « Il était deux fois un jardin » will be broadcast on Télé-Québec and ARTV in April and May.
Heritage Lower St. Lawrence will commemorate World AIDS Day in Rimouski with a presentation by professional photographer Joan Sullivan, a newly-arrived Anglophone based in Saint-Valérien-de-Rimouski who has spent much of the past 15 years in Africa working on HIV/AIDS. This activity will be held on December 1st 2009, at 7 p.m., in Rimouski.
lphalife, a Rivière-du-Loup-based company, takes on the global marketplace place with its Alpha Brainwave Neurostimulator, a product that harnesses the power of the subconscious mind, positive suggestions and self-programming techniques to transform the personal and professional lives of its users.
Les Jardins de Métis/Reford Gardens and its International Garden Festival have been recognized as one of the great gardens of America in a new book written by Tim Richardson and recently published in the United Kingdom. Great Gardens of America features twenty-five gardens in the United States and Canada.
Lower St. Lawrence, the organization dedicated to serving the Anglophone community of the region, has just published the Summer 2009 edition of its newsletter.
Heritage Lower St. Lawrence invites you to the projection of MILK, the double Oscar winner film with Sean Penn, on April 17. The next day, Michel Hébert from the CRE du Bas-Saint-Laurent will give a conference intitled «Lower St. Lawrence - Who is coming, who is leaving and why». Both activities start at 7:30 PM at Le Paradis in Rimouski.
For those of you with young children, for those of you who know young kids or for those of you who desire to hear or tell a children’s story, Heritage Lower St. Lawrence invites you to drop by the Rimouski public library (bibliotèque Lisette-Morin), next Wednesday, April 1st at 6:30 pm.
Lower St. Lawrence, the organization dedicated to serving the Anglophone community of the region, has just published the Winter 2009 edition of its newsletter.
To celebrate Black History Month, Heritage Lower St. Lawrence presents "Miracle at St. Anna" from the director Spike Lee, a legend in the black american movies, Wednesday February 11th, at 7:30 PM at Cinéma Paraloeil in Rimouski.
Heritage Lower St. Lawrence et le Cercle culturel de langue anglaise vous invitent à rencontrer cinq jeunes qui ont vécu l’expérience de Katimavik, le samedi 17 janvier à 19 h 30, à la Coopérative Le Paradis à Rimouski.
Everything is set for an interesting battle in Saguenay as the top junior short track speed skaters in the country prepare to take part in the Short Track Canadian Junior Championship on Saturday and Sunday December 20 and 21 at the Centre Georges-Vézina. A native of Rivière-du-Loup, Maxime Fortin, is amongst the contenders.
The Rimouski Cultural Circle presents a new release in partnership with Paraloeil, entitled Burn After Reading, Wednesday Dec 3rd, 7:30 p.m. For those who wish to stay, English discussion afterwards.
Lower St. Lawrence, the organization dedicated to serving the Anglophone community of the region, has just published the Fall 2008 edition of its newsletter.
Service Canada Bas-Saint-Laurent Region has published the Labour Market Bulletin - Bas-Saint-Laurent Region, First Quarter 2008 in which we learn that contrary to all expectations, the regional labour market grew stronger during the first quarter of 2008, but job growth was entirely in part-time employment.
This document shows that the level of educational attainment in the Bas-Saint-Laurent Region is lower than the provincial average, in general. However, although the number of university graduates was lower in the region, the number of trade school graduates was much higher.
This document shows a sensible improvement of the regional labour market working conditions between 2001 and 2006, improvement which has benefited all regional county municipalities (RCM) but at different levels.
Lower St. Lawrence, the organization dedicated to serve the Anglophone community of the region, has just published the March 2008 edition of its newsletter.
From the barely audible to the highly melodic sound resonates in the contemporary garden
“The Government of Canada is proud to work in partnership with the Government of Quebec on improving the quality of life for residents of Rimouski while respecting each other’s fields of jurisdiction,” stated Mr.Paradis