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  •   Consul General Fite signs Laval guest book

    Mobile Consulate in Laval

    Our first Mobile Consulate event took place in Laval, where we met with key decision makers from politics, business and academia. Laval is the largest suburb of Montreal and third largest municipality in Quebec.

  • Practitioners and dance therapy students learn new techniques from Suzi Tortora

    Dance Therapy Workshop with Suzi Tortora

    We partnered with Les Grand Ballets Canadiens and their National Center for Dance Therapy to offer a hands-on dance and movement therapy workshop with American board certified dance movement therapist Dr. Suzi Tortora.

  • Alyson McPhee and Ashley Melo answer questions about education in the U.S.

    University Fair at Collège Stanislas

    The Public Affairs Office recently visited Collège Stanislas to participate in the school’s annual University Fair and provide students with information about studying in the U.S.

  • Ingrid Vanderveldt with a portrait created by a Dawson College student

    Ingrid Vanderveldt at Dawson College E-Week

    To celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week, Dawson College welcomed former Dell Entrepreneur-in-Residence and CEO of the Empowering a Billion Women by 2020 movement Ingrid Vanderveldt as one of their keynote speakers for EWeek 2014.

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  • Mobile Consulate in Laval

    Our first Mobile Consulate event took place in Laval, where we met with key decision makers from politics, business and academia. Laval is the largest suburb of Montreal and third largest municipality in Quebec.

  • Dance Therapy Workshop with Suzi Tortora

    We partnered with Les Grand Ballets Canadiens and their National Center for Dance Therapy to offer a hands-on dance and movement therapy workshop with American board certified dance movement therapist Dr. Suzi Tortora.

  • University Fair at Collège Stanislas

    The Public Affairs Office recently visited Collège Stanislas to participate in the school’s annual University Fair and provide students with information about studying in the U.S.