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Quebec Update – Notifying and English Eligibility

The Advisory Panel on homeschooling met on August 17th – the last meeting before the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year – and English eligibility was on the agenda. If you’re English-speaking, you may be wondering about English eligibility...

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QUEBEC RESOURCE UPDATE – Fillable learning project template with examples!

We’re approaching the first school year with the new homeschooling law and regulations in place, and we’re working to add sample forms and resources to assist you in complying with the new law. Take a look at the learning...

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Homeschooling in English with Quebec’s New Regulation

By Louise Frazer As per Bill 101, Québec children attending public school or a subsidized private school must be educated in French until the end of high school (unless they meet the requirements to receive a certificate of eligibility...

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HSLDA Canada Provincial Update

  The homeschooling regulation for Quebec was published on Wednesday, and can be reviewed here: French at page 3869 English at page 2451 The final step in the legislative process is complete; we now have the entirety of Quebec’s new law...

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HSLDA’s Work and Impact on the New Legislation in Québec (Part 3 of 3)

  By Jean jr. Landry, with contributions by Peter Stock, Megen Zelinka and Manon Fortin The Homeschooling Regulation On March 29, the draft Regulation was finally published. If Bill 144 had disappointed parent-educators, the accompanying Regulation added insult to injury...

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HSLDA’s work and impact on the new legislation in Québec (Part 2 of 3)

  By Jean jr. Landry, with contributions by Peter Stock, Megen Zelinka and Manon Fortin The Bill Following the public consultations in the fall of 2016, we didn’t exactly know in which direction the government’s reform would go, nor how...

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HSLDA’s work and impact on the new legislation in Québec (Part 1 of 3)

  By Jean jr. Landry, with contributions by Peter Stock, Megen Zelinka and Manon Fortin It’s official. The 45 days to submit our observations and final recommendations regarding the Regulations on homeschooling have come to  an end. Another big step...

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Update on the revised Bill 144: the next step in developing a homeschooling framework in Quebec

Our legal team has reviewed the amendments made over the Assembly’s October sittings. It’s important to note that the passage of this bill, which amends the Education Act, is just one step in the process of developing a legislative...

HSLDA’s Review of the Changes to the Québec Education Act (Bill 144)

As previously mentioned, the Minister of Education, Sébastien Proulx, introduced Bill 144 in the National Assembly on June 9, 2017. Bill 144 will revise the Education Act relating to homeschooling in Québec. Our legal team has combed through the...

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