A series of programs at the storied British Pub a landmark institution in Aylmer. Tune in as Linton and Stephany introduce us to local musical and highlight the cultural history of English-speaking community.
The Regional Association of West Quebecers is always ready to consider innovative projects that enhance the English-speaking community in the Outaouais. While some of the concerns in West Quebec are felt acutely by the English-speaking population, other issues may touch everyone in the community. In the latter case, it seems appropriate to work together to find solutions.
RAWQ addresses social concerns to the English-speaking community by initiating projects that improve the quality of life, particularly in the area of health and social services, Youth, Education, Culture, etc.
A series of programs at the storied British Pub a landmark institution in Aylmer. Tune in as Linton and Stephany introduce us to local musical and highlight the cultural history of English-speaking community.Explore
The Regional Association of West Quebecers hosts French Second Language in Aylmer, Shawville and Wakefield and are open to the public, regardless of immigration status. We offer instruction in three language levels, A1 (beginner), A2 (high beginner) and B1 (intermediate). We run two FSL sessions each year, and each session is 10 classes each. Our classes are once a week for 1.5 hours in the evening, and typically run between 6 to 9pm. Depending on location they are hosted Monday-Thursday night.Explore
City Life examines, searches, popularizes and puts in perspective issues which determine daily life in the Outaouais region.
Linton Garner, Executive Director of RAWQ, follows many important topics such as: government, education, religion, economy, immigration, society, culture, etc. of the English Speaking Community.
It airs Mondays at 8:30 p.m. on Videotron channel 9 MAtv. If you are not a videotron subscriber, it can seen online.Explore