Perspectives d’avenir – Looking Ahead: What Now for French Immersion?

Fifty years after the birth of Canada’s first French Immersion program on Montreal’s South Shore, Vanier College will be hosting a day-long conference on Friday, November 18th, 2016, to re-examine the state of French-as- a-second-language programs and their outcomes for Anglophone youth in Quebec. The conference will feature guest speakers, various presentations on existing research, […]

Vanier College Celebrates the 25th Annual Symposium on the Holocaust and Genocide

Vanier College, in collaboration with the Holocaust Education and Genocide Prevention Foundation and the Raoul Wallenberg Centre for Human Rights, are pleased to announce that 2017 will mark the 25th anniversary of its annual Symposium on the Holocaust and Genocide. Vanier College is also extremely proud to announce that Professor Irwin Cotler has been named the Honorary […]

Careers and Technical Programs Showcase at Vanier College for high school students and people who want to make a career change

On Tuesday, November 1st from 5:30 to 8:30 pm, Vanier College will hold a Careers and Technical Programs Showcase evening.  This mini-open house is the ideal opportunity for students interested in technical programs or those who are not yet decided to visit departments and discover the facilities and services Vanier has to offer. It’s also […]

The 2016 Vanier College English Symposium explores Transformations

Vanier College is pleased to announce it will be holding the 2016 edition of the Vanier College English Department’s symposium on November 2-4, 2016. Transformations is the theme and title of this year’s event which will gather speakers and performers from a wide range of artistic, scholarly, and professional fields who will reflect on the […]

Vanier Social Science Festival 2016: Vanier and the City

This year’s roster of guests for the annual Vanier College Social Science Festival boasts a wonderful array of Montreal activists, community leaders, artists and academics, all focusing on the theme of Vanier and The City. Under this broad and exciting theme, a variety of issues pertaining to Montreal, Montrealers and people living in urban environments […]

Vanier College’s Rose Morissette receives a Golf Québec-FAEQ Bursary for Rising Golf Stars

Vanier College is pleased to announce that Vanier Social Science student Rose Morissette is one of the recipients of a $3,000 scholarship from the Golf Québec Bursary Program in collaboration with the Quebec Foundation for Athletic Excellence (FAEQ). This year, 29 student-athletes shared a total of $73,000 in Academic Excellence scholarships that recognize outstanding academic […]

Creativity and innovation are the hallmarks of Jailson Farias De Lima recipient of the 2015-2016 Teaching Excellence Award at Vanier College

If the mark of an excellent teacher is one whose teaching methods have been sought out by other teachers around the world, then it is absolutely fitting that Vanier College Chemistry teacher Jailson Farias de Lima is the recipient of the 2015-2016 Teaching Excellence Award. This award recognizes his passion and enthusiasm for the teaching […]

A DEC-BAC agreement between Vanier College and Laval University fast-tracks students through a Biology degree

Vanier College is pleased to announce that it has signed a DEC-BAC agreement with Laval University. The agreement allows students graduating from the Vanier Environmental and Wildlife Management Program to fast track through a Biology degree at Laval University. “We’re very pleased to have this agreement in place and to be able to tell our […]

Québec government agrees to fund Vanier’s Montreal-Gaspé student exchange

Next winter, Vanier College and three other Montreal cegeps, will send 28 students to study for a semester at the Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles, thanks to new funding from the Quebec government that will finance the project and other similar ones for the next five years. The Montreal-Gaspé exchange, which was started […]

Vanier College’s Rhys Adams receives a 2016 Award from the Canadian Association of Physicists

Vanier College is pleased to announce that Physics teacher Rhys Adams is the recipient of a 2016 CAP (Canadian Association of Physicists) Award for Excellence in Teaching High School/CEGEP Physics (Quebec and Nunavut). The award was presented to him by Richard MacKenzie, CAP Vice-President, at the Vanier Graduation Ceremonies held on June 21, 2016. Rhys […]

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