The government is investing 50 M$ to ensure a prominent place for Quebec culture in all schools

Press release - The Minister of Education, Jean-François Roberge, and the Minister of Culture and Communications, Nathalie Roy, announced this week an investment of $ 50 million, or $ 10 million per year for five years, in order to increase access for schools to Québec cultural works and to ensure better integration of culture into teaching.

Using archives to imagine the future

In partnership with the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ), Saguenay students and their teachers were able to immerse themselves in the institution's archives before looking to the future to imagine an ideal living environment.

When the love of the theater crosses the screen

Thanks to a partnership between the École en Réseau and the Maison Théâtre de Montréal, many students from across Quebec were able to experience theater-related workshops, despite the closure of cultural venues over the past year.

Quebec launches a third call for projects to enrich the cultural offer in the educational path of young Quebecers

Quebec is launching the third edition of the Call for projects in support of the cultural offer in the educational path of young Quebecers, which runs from August 24 to October 2, 2020. This call for projects aims to increase and diversify the offer cultural activities for young people from infancy to college taking place outside of school hours.

The museum class: the very first student exhibition in augmented reality and 3D virtual reality

Jean-Philippe Payer is a social universe teacher at the Odyssée high school. He has just been recognized by the Ken Spencer Prize for Innovation in Teaching for his 3D augmented reality and virtual reality classroom-museum project.

École branchée is involved with the Cultural Lab

The École branchée's mission is to promote innovative approaches and creative digital projects that allow educational players and students to develop a range of skills. It is with this in mind that we got involved with Culture pour tous as a jury for the Cultural Lab.

The Culture Lab of Culture for all looking for innovative digital cultural projects!

Culture pour tous is looking for innovative projects to make culture more accessible to citizens through digital technology. Submit yours by Friday January 11 and you could benefit from financial assistance and personalized support.

Develop digital skills with the I love words activity

As part of the 22nd edition of the Journées de la culture, the MOTS will be in the spotlight. For the occasion, a new initiative has been launched: the J'aime les mots activity, sponsored by Simon Boulerice.

New guide to support cultural intervention in Francophone minority communities

The new guide To move from activity to impactivity is a reference tool in cultural intervention that offers school stakeholders a framework for reflection, planning tools and a common language.

Canadian currency

The Royal Canadian Mint invites the public to leave a concrete mark in history. Let's see how you too could contribute to Canadian heritage to mark Canada's 150th anniversary in 2017.