Looking for a babysitter or a handyman? Cleaning house and hosting a garage sale? Want to start a book club or other activity in English? VEQ’s new Community Bulletin Board is your FREE resource for posting information and classifieds within the community. To post, simply email a short description of what you’re looking for or selling to email@example.com, along with up to three photos. Information will be reviewed and posted within 48 hours and will expire automatically after 30 days.
Research Participants WantedPosted On: September 29, 2017
A research team from Université Laval and Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), is participating in an international research project to test the transcultural validity of a scale on decent work. The general objective of this project is to understand how culture, political and economic systems contribute to the construction of people’s perceptions of decent work. This research project takes place in a context where significant transformations have occurred in the labour market over the past 30 years. It seems that these transformations had have an impact on the working conditions and the working life of numerous workers.
COMMUNITY ART PROGRAM FOR ALL AGESPosted On: September 13, 2017
Have you take some time for YOU lately?
The process of creating art is good for the physical, mental and emotional well-being of people of all ages. Here are only a few benefits of painting: improves memory, sharpens the mind, builds problem-solving and motor skills, relieves stress, promotes an optimistic attitude, and nurtures emotional growth.
Programs at St. Patrick’s ParishPosted On: September 7, 2017
St Patrick’s Catholic Parish will be offering programs for First Reconciliation & Communion, Confirmation and for RCIA (Adult Baptism and Confirmation) this Fall.
Health Education in the Comfort of your own homePosted On: May 31, 2017
The Wellness Centre is now offering clients of Jeffery Hale Community Services a chance to view health education videos on timely topics in the comfort of your own homes. Clients and their caregivers can choose from a variety of DVDs made from past teleconferences created by the Community Health Education Program (CHEP). This DVD viewing service is also available to local English-speaking community groups.
Linguistic Duality-Tell me a story projectPosted On: April 27, 2017
VEQ is looking for participants to partake in bi-monthly (two times per month) language exchange workshops that will bring the English and French-speaking communities of the Quebec City region together, with the task of creating a series of bilingual stories for children.
Connect with your City guide submissionsPosted On: April 27, 2017
Submissions are being taken now for the Connect with your City guide book. A guide that will outline our local history, diversity and community heritage as well as showcasing locations, institutions and places of significance, past and present.
Newcomer’s Creative Corner is recruiting new members!Posted On: March 28, 2017
The Newcomer’s Creative Corner Art Group has a few spots available! This activity is for English-speakers who are new to Québec City (within the last 3 years) wanting to paint in a group setting. We meet every second Thursday afternoon.
Bullying and Elder Abuse ResourcesPosted On: March 24, 2017
Have you or someone you know been a victim of bullying or Elder Abuse?
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Community Cooking Cookbook now available!Posted On: March 14, 2017
Did you participate in the community cooking class that took place in 2015-16, brought to you by a collaborative partnership involving Voice of English-speaking Québec, SNACS Entrepreneurs, Be Active Québec and Jeffery Hale Community Partners? Are you simply a cooking enthusiast? The long awaited and much-anticipated Community Cooking Cookbook is now available for purchase.