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Sciences@CECC is a charitable organization for the advancement of education established in March 2009 by the Department of Natural Sciences of the Centre d'études collégiales en Charlevoix (CECC). Sciences@CECC has three objectives:

 

  1. Promote education in the field of natural sciences by operating a science center for general audiences as well as by organizing interactive activities for students and the general public.

  2. Contribute to the development of scientific culture in the Charlevoix region, in conjunction with the Center d'études collégiales en Charlevoix.

  3. To allow CECC students to have work experiences relevant to their future career.

Concerning the point #3, all summer public activities are animated by our students team, under the supervision of their physics and astronomy teacher.

 

The board of directors of Sciences @ CECC consists of nine members:

  1. Jean-Michel Gastonguay, president and founder. Physics and astronomy teacher, CECC.

  2. Philippe Poinlane, administrator. Mathématics teacher, CECC.

  3. Gabriel Giguère, secretary-treasurer. Chemistry teacher, CECC.

  4. Geneviève Laurin, administrator. Biology teacher, CECC.

  5. , administratrice. A CECC former student. Sciences teacher in Charlevoix high schools.

  6. Marc-Olivier Bouchard, administrator. A CECC former student. Ingeneer at À chacun son pain.

  7. David Villeneuve, administrator. A CECC former student. Pharmacist owner.

  8. Sébastien Savard, administrator. CECC's coordinator.

  9. Pierre Verpaelst, administrator. Retired geologist from Ministère de ressources naturelles du Québec.

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2009 : “UNESCO World Year of Astronomy”. 10 interpretation panels are installed along the “Le Fleuve” trail at the Fairmont le Manoir Richelieu with a length of 3 km, and baptized "Strolling at the Speed of Light". The panels and their reduced models of planets reproduce the Solar System on a scale of 1:1,500,000,000. This innovative project was made possible thanks to a tripartite partnership between the CECC, the Fairmont le Manoir Richelieu and the Casino de Charlevoix. Inauguration in the presence of astrophysicist Hubert Reeves, and publicized at the time by the Canadian Commission for UNESCO.

2010 : Opening of the Charlevoix Astronomical Observatory, with the same partners. Summer theme: "Day-to-day astronomy". Two CECC students find full-time summer employment there.

2011 : Public summer season of the Charlevoix Astronomical Observatory  : two themes  : “From Moons" and "head in the stars". Implementation of astronomy activities for school groups (faithful to the progression of learning in Earth and space sciences of the Ministry of Education) and private conferences for delegates.

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NEQ :1165748691, ARC : 804838621RP0001

Sciences@CECC is a charitable organization for the advancement of education established in March 2009 by the Department of Natural Sciences of the Centre d'études collégiales en Charlevoix (CECC). Sciences@CECC has three objectives:

 

  1. Promote education in the field of natural sciences by operating a science center for general audiences as well as by organizing interactive activities for students and the general public.

  2. Contribute to the development of scientific culture in the Charlevoix region, in conjunction with the Center d'études collégiales en Charlevoix.

  3. To allow CECC students to have work experiences relevant to their future career.

Concerning the point #3, all summer public activities are animated by our students team, under the supervision of their physics and astronomy teacher.

 

The board of directors of Sciences @ CECC consists of nine members:

  1. Jean-Michel Gastonguay, president and founder. Physics and astronomy teacher, CECC.

  2. Philippe Poinlane, administrateur. Mathématics teacher, CECC.

  3. Gabriel Giguère, secrétaire-trésorier. Chemistry teacher, CECC.

  4. Geneviève Laurin, administratrice. Biology teacher, CECC.

  5. Caroline Maltais, administratrice. A CECC former student. Sciences teacher in Charlevoix high schools.

  6. Marc-Olivier Bouchard, administrateur. A CECC former student. Ingeneer at À chacun son pain.

  7. David Villeneuve, administrateur. A CECC former student. Pharmacist owner.

  8. Sébastien Savard, administrateur. CECC's coordinator.

  9. Pierre Verpaelst, administrateur. Retired geologist from Ministère de ressources naturelles du Québec.

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NEQ :1165748691, ARC : 804838621RP0001

Sciences@CECC is a charitable organization for the advancement of education established in March 2009 by the Department of Natural Sciences of the Centre d'études collégiales en Charlevoix (CECC). Sciences@CECC has three objectives:

 

  1. Promote education in the field of natural sciences by operating a science center for general audiences as well as by organizing interactive activities for students and the general public.

  2. Contribute to the development of scientific culture in the Charlevoix region, in conjunction with the Center d'études collégiales en Charlevoix.

  3. To allow CECC students to have work experiences relevant to their future career.

Concerning the point #3, all summer public activities are animated by our students team, under the supervision of their physics and astronomy teacher.

 

The board of directors of Sciences @ CECC consists of nine members:

  1. Jean-Michel Gastonguay, president and founder. Physics and astronomy teacher, CECC.

  2. Philippe Poinlane, administrateur. Mathématics teacher, CECC.

  3. Gabriel Giguère, secrétaire-trésorier. Chemistry teacher, CECC.

  4. Geneviève Laurin, administratrice. Biology teacher, CECC.

  5. Caroline Maltais, administratrice. A CECC former student. Sciences teacher in Charlevoix high schools.

  6. Marc-Olivier Bouchard, administrateur. A CECC former student. Ingeneer at À chacun son pain.

  7. David Villeneuve, administrateur. A CECC former student. Pharmacist owner.

  8. Sébastien Savard, administrateur. CECC's coordinator.

  9. Pierre Verpaelst, administrateur. Retired geologist from Ministère de ressources naturelles du Québec.

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NEQ :1165748691, ARC : 804838621RP0001

Sciences@CECC is a charitable organization for the advancement of education established in March 2009 by the Department of Natural Sciences of the Centre d'études collégiales en Charlevoix (CECC). Sciences@CECC has three objectives:

 

  1. Promote education in the field of natural sciences by operating a science center for general audiences as well as by organizing interactive activities for students and the general public.

  2. Contribute to the development of scientific culture in the Charlevoix region, in conjunction with the Center d'études collégiales en Charlevoix.

  3. To allow CECC students to have work experiences relevant to their future career.

Concerning the point #3, all summer public activities are animated by our students team, under the supervision of their physics and astronomy teacher.

 

The board of directors of Sciences @ CECC consists of nine members:

  1. Jean-Michel Gastonguay, president and founder. Physics and astronomy teacher, CECC.

  2. Philippe Poinlane, administrateur. Mathématics teacher, CECC.

  3. Gabriel Giguère, secrétaire-trésorier. Chemistry teacher, CECC.

  4. Geneviève Laurin, administratrice. Biology teacher, CECC.

  5. Caroline Maltais, administratrice. A CECC former student. Sciences teacher in Charlevoix high schools.

  6. Marc-Olivier Bouchard, administrateur. A CECC former student. Ingeneer at À chacun son pain.

  7. David Villeneuve, administrateur. A CECC former student. Pharmacist owner.

  8. Sébastien Savard, administrateur. CECC's coordinator.

  9. Pierre Verpaelst, administrateur. Retired geologist from Ministère de ressources naturelles du Québec.

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NEQ :1165748691, ARC : 804838621RP0001

Sciences@CECC is a charitable organization for the advancement of education established in March 2009 by the Department of Natural Sciences of the Centre d'études collégiales en Charlevoix (CECC). Sciences@CECC has three objectives:

 

  1. Promote education in the field of natural sciences by operating a science center for general audiences as well as by organizing interactive activities for students and the general public.

  2. Contribute to the development of scientific culture in the Charlevoix region, in conjunction with the Center d'études collégiales en Charlevoix.

  3. To allow CECC students to have work experiences relevant to their future career.

Concerning the point #3, all summer public activities are animated by our students team, under the supervision of their physics and astronomy teacher.

 

The board of directors of Sciences @ CECC consists of nine members:

  1. Jean-Michel Gastonguay, president and founder. Physics and astronomy teacher, CECC.

  2. Philippe Poinlane, administrateur. Mathématics teacher, CECC.

  3. Gabriel Giguère, secrétaire-trésorier. Chemistry teacher, CECC.

  4. Geneviève Laurin, administratrice. Biology teacher, CECC.

  5. Caroline Maltais, administratrice. A CECC former student. Sciences teacher in Charlevoix high schools.

  6. Marc-Olivier Bouchard, administrateur. A CECC former student. Ingeneer at À chacun son pain.

  7. David Villeneuve, administrateur. A CECC former student. Pharmacist owner.

  8. Sébastien Savard, administrateur. CECC's coordinator.

  9. Pierre Verpaelst, administrateur. Retired geologist from Ministère de ressources naturelles du Québec.

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NEQ :1165748691, ARC : 804838621RP0001

Sciences@CECC is a charitable organization for the advancement of education established in March 2009 by the Department of Natural Sciences of the Centre d'études collégiales en Charlevoix (CECC). Sciences@CECC has three objectives:

 

  1. Promote education in the field of natural sciences by operating a science center for general audiences as well as by organizing interactive activities for students and the general public.

  2. Contribute to the development of scientific culture in the Charlevoix region, in conjunction with the Center d'études collégiales en Charlevoix.

  3. To allow CECC students to have work experiences relevant to their future career.

Concerning the point #3, all summer public activities are animated by our students team, under the supervision of their physics and astronomy teacher.

 

The board of directors of Sciences @ CECC consists of nine members:

  1. Jean-Michel Gastonguay, president and founder. Physics and astronomy teacher, CECC.

  2. Philippe Poinlane, administrateur. Mathématics teacher, CECC.

  3. Gabriel Giguère, secrétaire-trésorier. Chemistry teacher, CECC.

  4. Geneviève Laurin, administratrice. Biology teacher, CECC.

  5. Caroline Maltais, administratrice. A CECC former student. Sciences teacher in Charlevoix high schools.

  6. Marc-Olivier Bouchard, administrateur. A CECC former student. Ingeneer at À chacun son pain.

  7. David Villeneuve, administrateur. A CECC former student. Pharmacist owner.

  8. Sébastien Savard, administrateur. CECC's coordinator.

  9. Pierre Verpaelst, administrateur. Retired geologist from Ministère de ressources naturelles du Québec.

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NEQ :1165748691, ARC : 804838621RP0001

Sciences@CECC is a charitable organization for the advancement of education established in March 2009 by the Department of Natural Sciences of the Centre d'études collégiales en Charlevoix (CECC). Sciences@CECC has three objectives:

 

  1. Promote education in the field of natural sciences by operating a science center for general audiences as well as by organizing interactive activities for students and the general public.

  2. Contribute to the development of scientific culture in the Charlevoix region, in conjunction with the Center d'études collégiales en Charlevoix.

  3. To allow CECC students to have work experiences relevant to their future career.

Concerning the point #3, all summer public activities are animated by our students team, under the supervision of their physics and astronomy teacher.

 

The board of directors of Sciences @ CECC consists of nine members:

  1. Jean-Michel Gastonguay, president and founder. Physics and astronomy teacher, CECC.

  2. Philippe Poinlane, administrateur. Mathématics teacher, CECC.

  3. Gabriel Giguère, secrétaire-trésorier. Chemistry teacher, CECC.

  4. Geneviève Laurin, administratrice. Biology teacher, CECC.

  5. Caroline Maltais, administratrice. A CECC former student. Sciences teacher in Charlevoix high schools.

  6. Marc-Olivier Bouchard, administrateur. A CECC former student. Ingeneer at À chacun son pain.

  7. David Villeneuve, administrateur. A CECC former student. Pharmacist owner.

  8. Sébastien Savard, administrateur. CECC's coordinator.

  9. Pierre Verpaelst, administrateur. Retired geologist from Ministère de ressources naturelles du Québec.