The Mother of Arborescence

03/01/2024 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger The interview takes place on a hands-free telephone, in front of the young people from the center and the parents present. Milaine Brousseau Ouellette, who has two children, operated a daycare at her home. She let the kids play outside all the […] See more

Québec’s Alternative Schools (Part I)

08/25/2023 Colin McGregor 0

By Colin McGregor A traditional school, with its rows of desks and its rigid discipline, isn’t for everyone. Some students learn better in a freer, less structured environment. By giving students more space and the freedom to learn, an alternative school helps students develop better […] See more

Community Resources

09/04/2021 Raymond Viger 2

It’s important as a prevention worker to find out ahead of time which resources can provide services in English, as well as in cultural community languages. This is true in and out of Quebec. Not all of your clients will be fluent in English or […] See more

The Indigenous File

02/18/2021 Raymond Viger 0

By Raymond Viger  I travelled the 14 communities To help out a bit, or to try to forget I travelled the 14 communities To forget the dark years When they tried to assimilate you To get you to forget your language And your culture, to […] See more

Invest in the Community

07/18/2017 Raymond Viger 0

A community bond is an original way to support a community organization and conserve your capital. You help a social group while receiving interest on your capital, which won’t be touched. By Raymond Viger  Québec’s Autorité des Marchés Financiers (ATM, or financial markets authority in […] See more

Community-Based Self-Financing

09/11/2015 Raymond Viger 0

Battleground: Our Own Neighborhood In partnership with the City of Montreal and the Ministère de la Métropole (Ministry of the Metropolis), we at the Journal de la Rue organization have launched a self-financing project for community groups. Every charitable organization and community group around has […] See more