Eastern Quebec Learning Centre Launch New Website and Logo

Eastern Quebec Learning Centre Launch New Website and Logo

Having been duly summoned to witness the launch of the new Eastern Quebec website and logo, we went along to see what all the fuss was about.

And the result of a year’s hard work by a dedicated team of planning, designing, redesigning, replanning, proofing, checking, proof reading again and then some more, can be seen by clicking on the image above.

Learn it! Do it! Ici, maintenant! That’s the new mantra, or tagline to be precise, of The Eastern Quebec Learning Centre (EQLC).
The message and logo were everywhere, including being emblazoned across specially designed t-shirts being adorned by some of the staff members. 

Centre Director, Susan Faguy led the proceedings and greeted everyone in attendance.
This included representatives from partner organizations, the Central Quebec School Board (CQSB), staff, student members and others.

CQSB Director General Marielle Stewart, spoke of the need for the new site and of how pleased she was that it had finally come to fruition.

CQSB Commissioner Stephen Burke, explained the need for the new site to be the focal point for the centre and delivering his speech in French and English, explained that organizations like The EQLC, together with the English school system in Quebec City, were the hub of the English community.
He further remarked that ‘without the English schools, there would be no English community’.

Cynthia Michaud, a key member of the team, walked everyone through the site and its contents.
She started off by saying that she’d like to let everyone know that she’s had three children… and a website!

This past year, including long summer hours spent working on the site has clearly been of worth.

The new site immediately replaces the tired old version and can be found here:

Eastern Quebec Learning Centre

Happy Surfing.
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Further Information about EQLC:

So says their new site ‘Eastern Québec, which is part of the Central Québec School Board, has been providing adult education services in English for more than 25 years. Our reputation as a small centre with a dynamic, caring approach has contributed to student success in General Education, Vocational Education and language courses.

Because Bill 101 does not apply to adult education, we have a strong representation of Anglophone, Francophone, Allophone and other students from multi-ethnic backgrounds at the Centre.’

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