General

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04 Jun: Photo Contest: Winter Portion

Thanks to all who entered the Winter Session of the Live Our Heritage Photo Competition for either or both of the ‘My Covid Life’ and the ‘Winter Photo’ components.  All images received were great. 

Executive director

17 May: Job offer: Executive Director

Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence is looking for a dynamic and multitasking individual who is willing to lead this organization dedicated to representing the Official Languages Minority Community of one of the most beautiful regions of Quebec.

Call for Application McGill (1)

16 Apr: CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2021-2022

Heritage Lower St. Lawrence (HLSL), in collaboration with McGill University and the CISSS Bas-St-Laurent, is launching a call for applications for bursaries
offered to students who will pursue full-time studies in a health or social services related field during the 2021-2022 academic year.

SocialdevOfficer

10 Sep: Job Offer- Social Development Officer

Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence, whose mission is to mobilize people and resources to support the vitality of the English-speaking community of the region, foster the well-being of all its members, and promote its interests is looking for a Social Development Officer for our Rimouski Resource Centre.

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27 Aug: 2020 Annual General Meeting

We invite you to come and discover our achievements over the past year and learn more about our dynamic team and where we are headed. If you are not yet a member of Heritage and wish to become one or you would like to renew your membership please fill out the membership form below before September 23rd. If you wish to attend the AGM please fill in the registration form.

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14 Aug: Metis-sur-Mer Community War Memorial

We’re happy to announce that Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) has approved our application for funding for a lasting tribute to those who have served and are serving our country, as well as to those who support(ed) people on the front lines and in disaster zones. Metis recognizes their service every year with a week-long calendar of Remembrance events.