As the CA is planning to offer more webinars to the Baie-D’Urfé community, addressing topics of special interest, it will much appreciate receiving your input. If you have any suggestion for a webinar, please do not hesitate to email us on : email@example.com
Dr. Shaheen Shariff, a Baie-D’Urfé resident, is a James McGill Professor in the Faculty of Education at McGill University, with an Appointment in Leadership and Policy Studies. Her research has focused on prevention and reduction of cyberbullying on social media.
She provides an overview of research and cyberbullying prevention strategies that guide parents, educators and students, and highlight the importance of open communication both in school and at home. Emphasis will be put on youth leadership, encouraging and inspiring inclusive, creative and productive uses of social media.
In May 2021 the Provincial Government has introduced the above-mentioned Bill 96, tabled in the National Assembly and will be subject to public consultation this fall. Given the Covid 19 context, many of us may not have had a chance to understand what this new bill entails, its ramifications and the ways in which it will affect each of us in the short and long terms. Fortunately, we have a chance to get a better understanding of this upcoming bill thanks to our MNA, Greg Kelley who held a zoom presentation on August 24th for our residents to explain this bill and answer questions and concerns. Below is a recording of this webinar.
As you may be aware, in May 2021 the Provincial Government introduced the above-mentioned Bill 96, tabled in the National Assembly and will be subject to public consultation this fall.
As many of us, given the Covid context, did not have a chance to understand what this new bill entails and its ramifications, we invited our MNA, Greg Kelley, PLC, to hold a Zoom info session for our residents to explain this bill; the webinar was held on August 24th .
We now have the opportunity and the privilege to listen to the voice of the CAQ party itself, and to gain a better understanding of its perspective and vision. Mr. Christopher Skeete, MNA for Sainte-Rose and Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier for Relations with English-Speaking Quebecers, has agreed to hold a zoom session and talk to our residents and answer their questions and concerns about Bill 96 in both languages, French and English.
By Richard Gregson, Baie-D’Urfé resident, member of the Fritz Garden group, a biologist and a passionate gardener who tries to bring science to the art of gardening. He covered soil preparation, composting, lawns and lawn replacement, flowers, shrubs and trees, raised beds for vegetables and all with an emphasis on gardening for and with wildlife, offering tips and techniques when preparing spring and summer gardening. It was excellent: informative, clear and inspiring.