Nearly 100 students from 10 Montreal-area schools, including two from Kahnawake, participated in a special Earth Day-related project last month. Several Kahnawake girls attending the Queen of Angels Academy, along with groups from the Indian Way School and Karonhianonhnha School, were among the many students that gathered to clean the banks of Dorval’s Bouchard Creek. […]
DORVAL – Students from 10 schools gathered near Dorval’s border with Lachine to clean up the Bouchard Creek, as an early Earth Day event. But instead of finding a mildly polluted stream, which a previous year’s cleanup had scrubbed, they ended up hauling piles of debris out of a creek that is uncomfortably close to […]
The West End Times, October 12, 2012 Community, John Symon, Life, Montreal, New College Saint-Louis was recently awarded a $2,000 prize by the Quebec government for its Art and Water project. The project involved 200 students who became interested in fauna of the St-Lawrence River and in the restoration and cleaning up of one of […]
Photos by Noëlle Garnier Students from Saint-Louis College and Mont-Royal High-School unite their efforts in the clean-up of the Bouchard creek. They picked up garbage along its banks and within its polluted waters. They bring to our attention, by this gesture, the importance of this stream, part of our drinking water. This gesture will, we […]
Albert Kramberger The West Island Gazette, December 21, 2011 Students painting wildlife inspired to try to restore Bouchard Creek As part of an art project focusing on local fauna, some high school seniors became aware of Bouchard Creek and are now seeking assurances that it be re-naturalized and its ecological function as an aquatic habitat […]
8th of December 2011 at 7.30 pm The Mayor of Lachine, Me Claude Dauphin, the artist Maja Vodanovic, the students of Collège Saint-Louis , the environmentalist Daniel Green, and the Water Committee of the Collège Saint-Louis invite you to the «Art and Water» event at L’Entrepôt, 2901 Saint-Joseph boulevard, Lachine.
Francis Scarpaleggia, Member of Parliament for Lac-Saint-Louis Parliamentary Report, Fall 2008 Earlier this year, students at École primaire St-Rémi and Académie Marie-Claire, under the direction (and inspiration) of their teacher Carole Flexman and local artist Maja Vodanovic, launched a campaign to raise awareness about contamination of the Meadowbrook Stream, which runs north-south along the West […]