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French lessons lagging in Shawville

Chris Lowrey
SHAWVILLE Oct. 10, 2018
The Regional Association of Western Quebecers (RAWQ) is looking for folks who are interested in improving their French.
RAWQ is a non-profit group that is dedicated to serving and supporting the minority English language community in the Outaouais.
According to spokesman Aldo Jaurequi, the organization is offering four French language training courses throughout the Outaouais thanks to a grant from Le ministre des Affaires municipales et de l'Occupation du territoire (MAMOT).
Although the courses in Aylmer, Wakefield and Campbell’s Bay will be well attended, the one in Shawville is lagging behind.

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