Quick meals: the College of Lomé questions high quality

Views: 141 In Togo, especially in greater Lomé, fast food has grown like mushrooms in recent years. The multiplicity of these restaurants where the customer is served very quickly is of interest to the Research and Innovation Department ofUniversity of Lome. On Friday, she organized a conference-debate on a topic related to this reality. The … Read more

Educating Wikipedia and associated initiatives: a wikimedian residing in Auvergne

(Old) library of Bishop Massillon (Clermont-Ferrand). Photo: Museum of Local History and Art (Clermont-Ferrand) / Wikimedia Commons / CC by-sa A year ago, in July 2021, the Wikimedia France association, which promotes and supports Wikipedia and associated projects (Wikimedia Commons media library, texts in Wikisource, Wikidata database, etc.) Auvergne, for the dissemination and enhancement of … Read more

Simon Pinard Joins College of New Brunswick

HOCKEY. After concluding his junior career last May, Drummondville resident Simon Pinard will continue his career with the University of New Brunswick (UNB) Reds hockey team this coming September. The team announced the recruitment of Pinard and Benjamin Corbeil on July 27. For Pinard, the reflection did not take very long. He still has the … Read more

Oran/Mostaganem: a wise irrigation system for farms

Farms in Oran and Mostaganem are due to be equipped next September with a new smart irrigation system designed by a research team from the Universities of Oran 1 “Ahmed Benbella” and “Abdelhamid Ibn Badis” of Mostaganem, APS learned from project leader Bouabdallah Kechar. The assembly of the first models of the new intelligent irrigation … Read more

The French college in Moscow closes its doorways

Until the beginning of April, the students of the Lycée Français Alexandre Dumas in Moscow will follow their courses remotely, with the employees being repatriated to France. They were supposed to return to school this Monday, March 7th. But they don’t know when they will see their peers and teachers face to face. Students at … Read more

Alain Farah at CLAC Literary Teas

The Crossroads of Literature, Arts and Culture (CLAC) presents a Literary Tea with Alain Farah on Sunday, August 14, at Métis Gardens. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the founder of Reford Gardens, Elsie Reford, the Literary Tea will be preceded by a reading by Caroline Gauvin-Dubé, a graduate of the Masters in Literature from … Read more