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Quebec, Rimouski and Chicoutimi workshops

Quebec, Rimouski and Chicoutimi workshops
The 3 last workshops in Quebec city, doctor Rimouski and Chicoutimi were a great success! EHAQ is proud to announce that the workshops in Québec have been completed. Even though the project is not yet completed, ed for their dedication, site tenacity and excellent support, we wish to sincerely thank Claire Vanier, Service aux collectivités de l’UQAM , Rachel Cox, professeure, Département des sciences juridiques de l’UQAM, Lise Parent, professeure en Sciences de l’environnement, TELUQ, Marie-Ève Brodeur, Agente de développement, Projet de formation sur l’hypersensibilité environnementale. We also thank all our trainers across Québec for their enthusiasm and hard work and their strong resolution to take this project forward in their communities across Québec. We are keen to work alongside you to see that the workshop is carried forward in your regions. To the many people who attended the workshops, from your comments, calls and emails we know that the workshop has been a turning point in your life. We are very touched by your stories of how this has broken some of the isolation and exclusion that you face because you suffer from this illness, how you have made new friends who also have this illness, how you are more empowered now that you have information for yourself, your family and your support system. And best of all that you want to take the message forward. We encourage you to do this and we will support your endeavours across Québec. Here are some photos of our last workshops: Workshop…
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Quebec City workshop

Quebec City workshop
9 people were trained in Québec city on March 16th and 17th 2013. The workshops were for people of the following regions: Capitle Nationale, recipe Bas St-Laurent, Chaudière-Appalache, Saguenay Lac-Saint-Jean et Côte-Nord. EHAQ would like to thank Mélanie and Pierre for providing a meeting space and for all their hard work in making this event a succes.
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Workshops: The beginning

Workshops: The beginning
A Train the Trainer Project on Environmental Sensitivities A collaboration between the Service de collectivité UQAM, sale University of Québec in Montréal, salve TELUQ and l’Association pour la santé environnementale du Québec (ASEQ) Pilot Workshop – May 25, 2012 The first training was held in Montreal on 29th and 30th September, 2012 The second training was held in Montreal on 13th and 14th October, 2012 For both training sessions, fifteen people were trained from the following regions: Estrie, Laurentides, Lanaudière, Montérégie and Montréal The training was done by Professors Rachel Cox and Lise Parent, and the coordinator of the project, Mme Marie-Eve Brodeur —————————— Workshop in Gatineau A successful workshop was held in Gatineau on Saturday, October 27, 2012 at the Centre d’hébergement Champlain Gatineau, 510, boulevard La Vérendrye Est, Gatineau (Québec) J8P 8B4 The workshop was given by Michel Gaudet (Vice-President and Spokesperson of ASEQ), Professeur Rachel Cox and Marie-Eve Brodeur. The workshop was full with 16 participants from the area. Mme Lise D’Amour is the Resource person for l’Outaouais. REMINDER: Our upcoming workshops are in St.Sauveur onNovember 24th and 25th 2012. Contact us for more information
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Workshop dates 2012-2013

Workshop dates 2012-2013
Regions Outaouais Laurentides Laurentides Estrie Montérégie Montréal et Laval Capitale Nationale Chaudière-Appalaches Bas-St-Laurent Saguenay Lac-St-Jean Cities Gatineau (poster) St-Sauveur (poster) Sherbrooke (poster) Sutton (poster) Montréal (poster) Québec (poster) Thetford Mines (poster) Rimouski (poster) Chicoutimi (poster) Dates* 27 October 2012 24 Novembre 2012 25 Novembre 2012 7 Decembre 2012 8 Decembre 2012 20 January 2013 13 April 2013 27 April 2013 11 May 2013 25 May 2013 - Print general poster (all cities) - View workshops progress and photos -Contact us to have a workshop in your area  
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