Author Archive of Aggie

Mental Health Resources

Suicide and Crisis Lines with English Language Services 1-866-APPELLE (277-3553) - Estrie (450) 375-4252 - Granby 1-866-CALLS (277-3553) - Drummondville (450) 774-6952 - St Hyacinthe (819) 751-2205 - MRC d'Arthabaskca (819) 362-8581 - MRC de l’Érable   How to Identify Suicide Risk in a family member or loved one "IS PATH WARM" I: Ideation (Suicidal Thoughts) S: Substance Abuse P: Purposelessness A: Anxiety T: Trapped H: Hopelessness/Helplessness

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Sherbrooke Pride (Fière la Fête)

The community day is the 25th of August, with many new additions but you can still bring your mug for a $1 discount on each beer!) There will be kiosks, music, and entertainment for all! Programming: 10 h | Site and kiosks open 10 h | Lantern making workshop with Théâtre des petites lanternes. Supervised activity for all. 10 h 30 | Fier le tour : tour of the lake in collaboration with Team Montreal 11 h | Food service by RollerDerby Sherbrooke

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Festival de rue de Lennoxville Street Festival

🎉 On Saturday, August 25, the Lennoxville Business Association, the City of Sherbrooke and Commerce Sherbrooke invite you to join thousands of festival-goers on Queen Street to celebrate the 9th edition of the Lennoxville Street Festival, powered by Global Excel ! 🎪 Join the fun and enjoy a full day of festivities for the whole family ! With 3 outdoor musical stages featuring performances by Mike Goudreau fan page, Jon MacAulay - music , Mary

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Festival des Townshippers Festival

Townshippers' Festival is coming up September 29, 2018! It will be held at Richmond Regional High School from 10am to 4pm. This free, one-day festival brings together French- and English-speakers alike, to celebrate the historical Eastern Townships’ arts, culture, heritage and community. Whether you’re a Townshipper for life or a Townshipper for a day, Townshippers’ Festival is for you! Venue is wheelchair accessible. Stay up to date on our

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