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Le Monde • October 14, 2019

In Quebec, gender studies attract young French people looking for a "toolbox"

In Montreal, the study of social relations between the sexes has been proposed in universities for thirty years, offering a new analytical grid, which French students are increasingly demanding.

Le Monde • October 12, 2019

At the CHU de Montréal, a school of artificial intelligence tailored to health is being implemented

At the hospital center of the University of Montreal, the brand new School of Artificial Intelligence in Health (EIAS), the first of its kind, accompanies CHU staff in the digital transformation. There are plans to make it possible to earn a degree via an online program.

Le Monde • October 12, 2019

Montreal: The new Silicon Valley of artifical intelligence

The Quebec metropolis has become a benchmark for deep learning, driven by star researcher Yoshua Bengio. His laboratories attract many international students, many of them French.

Le Matin.ca • October 3, 2019

"I choose Montreal" promotes Montreal destination among Moroccan students

"I choose Montreal", an initiative of Montreal International and the Government of Quebec, which aims to present all the information on study opportunities in Montreal...

El Espectador • October 2, 2019

Montreal, una ciudad abierta a las diferencias

Desde hace mucho este destino se convirtió en una ciudad cosmopolita que atrae a miles de turistas y migrantes de todas partes del mundo. El gobierno de la provincia de Quebec se esfuerza cada vez más en intentar lograr que se queden y le aporten al sistema productivo y cultural.

Régional-IT • September 25, 2019

"I choose Montreal". Attracting students to Québec (particularly in hi-tech)

In April 2018, Quebec and the Wallonia-Brussels Federation signed a convention entitled "Agreement on student access to facilitate access to French-speaking Belgian students by Quebec universities". Today, Montreal is once again stepping up to attract more of our young people across the Atlantic, notably by highlighting the existence of training programs in a few areas where Quebec is at the forefront: artificial intelligence, video games and augmented reality, health ...

Lien Multimédia • September 20, 2019

The Canada China International Film Festival wants to build a coalition between the two countries

For the fourth edition of the Canada China International Film Festival, more than fifty Chinese businesses, filmmakers, producers, and even actors have traveled from China, but also from the rest of Canada and the United States. For four years now, the Montreal event has been hosted by Miao Song, its founder, and director. The philosophy student at Concordia University is particularly interested in graphic design, documentaries, theater production, and interactive media.

El Espectador • September 5, 2019

La política de Quebec tiene un diputado colombiano

El colombiano Saúl Polo migró a Montreal (Canadá) en 1982, cuando era un niño de siete años. Hoy es clave en el Partido Liberal de Quebec. En conversación con este diario analizó la situación migratoria del país. Dice que “en Quebec hay 150.000 empleos disponibles por escasez de mano de obra”.

Canadian Geographic • August 29, 2019

Tester l'avenir de l'énergie marémotrice en Nouvelle-Écosse

It’s a bright, windy May day in Nova Scotia as the freight ferry Kipawo pulls out of Westport Harbour and, fighting the powerful ebb tide, makes its way into the Grand Passage channel. Kipawo cuts through this narrow strip of fast-moving water between Brier and Long islands at the extreme western tip of Nova Scotia’s Digby Neck peninsula toward Sustainable Marine Energy’s new tidal energy technology, PLAT-I.

TVA Nouvelles • August 16, 2019

National Bank launches campaign to fight against homophobia

As the Montreal Pride Festival unfolds until next Sunday, National Bank unveiled Thursday a palisade celebrating sexual diversity in downtown Montreal.