International Women's Day 2019
Donald DesRoches, President, Collège de l'Île
The 2019 World Acadian Congress is upon us!
⭐️ Great meeting with Ricky Hitchcock, volunteer coordinator for the 2019 World Acadian Congress and members of the student assocation!
This international event is upon us. If you would like to volunteer, check out the World Acadian Congress website for additional information.,
Left to right: Ricky Hitchcock (2019 World Acadian Congress), Jaryd Burt (president of the student association), Heraldine Porret, Vanelle Tchokotcheu. Absent from photo: Mame Faty Sarr.
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Bell Let's Talk - success!
Hats off to all those who participated in the activities!
Café de Paris now offered in five PEI healthcare facilities
Wellington, January 14, 2019 – Healthcare professionals in Prince Edward Island now have new opportunities to hone their French language skills at five healthcare facilities in the province.
Café de Paris is a voluntary drop-in language support service offered on location at Maplewood Manor, Community Hospital O’Leary, Prince County Hospital, Beach Grove Home and Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Staff at these facilities can make an appointment with a tutor to review specific language questions or to simply drop in to engage in conversation to help develop, or maintain, their French language speaking skills.
(Photo: Patricia Richard, PEI French Language Health Network and Sonia Archambault, tutor with Collège de l'Île)
“This drop-in model was successfully piloted last year in three locations,” said Élise Arsenault, Executive Director of the PEI French Language Health Network. “We are pleased to expand on this initial offering through our partnership with the PEI Public Service Commission and Collège de l’Île, PEI’s French language community college.”