Developed for community establishments in Montreal, our community workshops are designed to develop important intercultural skills.
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Our projects invite our community to develop an atmosphere of curiosity and openness to different cultural riches through art, music, stories and more.
Projects designed for a culturally rich community
I really appreciate the opportunity to learn the history and tradition of the wampum. Through sharing stories and crafts of one another, I hope we can get closer to the peace and reconciliation that was promised at the Great Peace of Montreal. Thank you!
The workshop was an opportunity for every kid to share their story and make it an unforgettable experience.
I, along with my kids, participated in the workshops twice and we simply loved it. Fun and vibrant atmosphere where kids are able to learn about other cultures. It is a must-go!
The PAAL program complements the Quebec teaching model since it is part of the Integration and Intercultural Education Policy, enacted in 1998 by the Quebec government. PAAL’s workshops contribute to the education of democratic citizenship, as offered by this policy, by enabling students to enrich their intercultural communication skills. Our activities are also in line with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education’s support program for the reception and integration of immigrant students. The goal is to help young immigrants integrate into the Quebec society.