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Our dynamic team is striving to make the presence of the English-speaking minority more visible and to ensure that cultural and leisure activities, as well as services in English, are more accessible for seniors, adults, families & youth in the Lower St. Lawrence.

Connecting the English-speaking community through:
HEALTH CULTURE HERITAGE YOUTH COMMUNITY BUILDING

Mission

We mobilize people and resources to support the vitality of the English speaking community of the region, foster the wellbeing of all its members, and promote its interests.

Vision

«The English-speaking community of the Lower Saint Lawrence is inclusive, connected and mobilized in building a healthier and more vibrant future for all.»

Organisation Core Values

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 Engagement
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Inclusiveness
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Collaboration
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Empowerment
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Respect
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Innovation

Our Mandate

To meet community needs and improve the social, cultural, and economic life of the area as it affects the English-speaking population. Our organization represents the community’s interests and creates an enabling environment that fosters a sense of belonging and identity. We support the development of partnerships initiatives and services that aim to improve the vitality of the English-speaking community in the region.

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This session addresses managing risk and uncertainty in life. Join us with return presenter Clinical Psychologist Dr. Camillo Zacchia, Ph.D. Here is a TO DO list, if you do not already have Zoom installed on your computer, please sign up for a FREE account at https://zoom.us/freesignup.You can even do this on your phone or your tablet.

For this occasion, two dedicated women involved with the Veterans’ contribution and celebrations, Pamela Anderson and Barb Amsden will take us back in time when World War 2 came to the Lower Saint Lawrence.

You must register for this videoconference before November 16th, 5 p.m. On the day of the videoconference, you simply click on the link that will automatically be sent to you and we’ll see you there!

Early Childhood Week is an opportunity to raise awareness, promote dialogue and engage society about early childhood matters. Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence invites you to participate in our Early Childhood Week activity 2020 edition!
From November 15th through the 21st, come admire our Wall of Dreams!

Check out all the interesting topics they have to offer this week. Don’t forget that youth can also sign up to become a volunteer Tech Mentor to help seniors learn more about today’s technology. To learn more visit Cyber-Seniors website.

This year, due to health and safety practices related to COVID-19, making an appointment is required. Only people with an appointment will be accepted at the seasonal flu vaccination clinics organized by CISSS du Bas-Saint-Laurent.

How do we practice healthy lifestyle habits to manage stress in the middle of a pandemic? “Proper nutrition and hydration are vital. People who eat a well-balanced diet tend to be healthier with stronger immune systems and lower risk of chronic illnesses and infectious diseases.

Check out all the interesting topics they have to offer this week. Don’t forget that youth can also sign up to become a volunteer Tech Mentor to help seniors learn more about today’s technology. To learn more visit Cyber-Seniors website.

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