Voyage scolaire sur la Côte-Nord du Québec

Voyage scolaire sur la Côte-Nord du Québec

Le Nord : territoires et imaginaires est un cours complémentaire en français qui sera offert en mai-juin 2019 au cégep Vanier, un cégep anglophone de Montréal. Dans le cadre de ce cours, 30 jeunes étudiants et 2 professeurs partiront en autocar du 25 mai au 5 juin sur la Côte-Nord et la Basse-Côte-Nord du Québec. Les objectifs du cours sont multiples : favoriser, chez les étudiants, une meilleure compréhension du Québec et des enjeux qui le définissent, sensibiliser la jeunesse aux réalités nord-côtières et briser les préjugés qui perdurent relativement aux régions et aux cultures des Premiers Peuples. Votre appui financier permettra à ces jeunes Montréalais de toutes origines d’embarquer à bord du Bella Desgagnés, de découvrir un littoral magnifique et d’aller à la rencontre des habitants de Saint-Augustin et de Pakuashipi.

Merci d’avance de votre soutien, thank you in advance for your donation!

Pour plus d’informations et pour suivre l’évolution de ce projet : Catherine Duranleau


Pour faire un don en ligne, svp suivez ce lien Donate Now et choisissez l’option Voyage scolaire sur la Côte-Nord du Québec.

Pour émettre un don par chèque:
Vanier College Foundation
821 Sainte-Croix
Montreal (QC) H4L 3X9
Memo: Le Nord

Un reçu officiel sera émis pour les dons de $10 et plus.





NEW – V.I.E. FUND: Vanier Initiatives for the Environment

Do you want to help build projects that support a more sustainable campus?

Do you want to encourage the Vanier community to learn more about their social, economic and environmental responsibilities?

Donate to the VIE fund!

The VIE fund was created to foster environmental awareness, promote civic responsibility, support students participating in experiential sustainability activities, and to advance green projects that improve campus life.

This fund would support projects such as bursaries and scholarships for students, innovative group-based or individual environmental initiatives, and Vanier garden projects.

The Vanier College Advisory Committee on the environment (VCACE) is set-up to oversee all applications and proposals as well as ensure that projects meet the objectives outlined in the Vanier College Sustainability Action Plan, the Vanier College Sustainability Policy, and the Vanier College Strategic Plan (2015-2020).

If you wish to donate, please make your cheque payable to the Vanier College Foundation and mail to the address indicated below. Please indicate VIE fund in the subject line of your cheque. To pay online by credit card, please click here Donate Now and choose VIE fund from the drop down menu. Tax receipts are available for donations of $10 or more.

Thank you for being part of the Sustainability Team!

For more information, please contact

Donation by cheque:
Vanier College Foundation
821 Sainte-Croix
Montreal, QC
H4L 3X9
Subject line: VIE fund

BDC Case Challenge 2018 – Vanier College wins Gold

Mr. John McMahon, Director General of Vanier College is pleased to announce that after two days of mounting excitement and imaginative presentations at the 13th annual 2018 Vanier College BDC Case Challenge on February 10 and 11, the first place Gold Award went to Vanier College from Montréal. Congratulations to the Vanier Team composed of students Isaiah Paul-Cole, Isabella Mirasola, Dylan Papineau and Krystal Milo, and their Head Coach David Moscovitz and Assistant Coach Peter Vogopoulos.  Vanier College has always been a very strong medal contender over the past 13 years, and this is the second time it wins Gold.

The Silver Award went to Algonquin College whose team consisted of Alexia Marano, Cameron Saunders, Chaewon Min, Victoria Fox and Coaches Bill Garbarino and Jim Neubauer; while the Bronze Award went to Nova Scotia Community College – Ivany with team members Anabelle Serrano-Pinto, Jessica Power, Brody Reid and Coach Wendy Tarrel.  The three other teams that made it to the finals were Durham College, Collège Montmorency and Red River College. During the weekend event, twenty-four teams of marketing students from colleges across Canada had three hours to analyze a real marketing case and present viable marketing solutions before a panel of expert judges.

“The Case Challenge is a perfect example of how a collaboration between Vanier College and an organization such as BDC, the principal sponsor of this event, can create unique learning opportunities for students that motivate them in their educational and career pursuits,” said M. McMahon.

BDC is very proud to be a long-time supporter of an annual event that allows students, professionals, and mentors to come together and form valuable relationship. “Increasingly, the marketing function plays an important role in any business success. In a similar vein, we are happy to help students improve their marketing skills by allowing them to work the marketing plan of a real BDC client, and bring real-world connections and a unique experience outside the classroom. It’s our way of helping build stronger businesses and more vibrant communities,” says Michel Bergeron, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Public Affairs, BDC.

David Moscovitz, Vanier College BDC Case Challenge organizer, was thrilled with this year’s 13th competition. “I am overjoyed with the performance of the Vanier team. Winning the gold medal was the culmination of much hard work and dedication and I am immensely proud of them. Their talent and capability, and their development and evolution in preparing for this event was utterly remarkable and inspiring.”

“I am so pleased to see how this event has evolved over the past 13 years.  It not only challenges participants in their field of expertise but it also allows them to meet Marketing students from across Canada and network with them. No other case competition provides college and cegep level students with this kind of opportunity.”

The twelve ScotiaBank award winners included Algonquin College, Cégep de Drummondville, Collège Edouard-Montpetit, Collège Montmorency,  Durham College, Fanshawe College, George Brown College, Niagara College, Nova Scotia Community College – Ivany, Red River College, Seneca College and Vanier College.

BDC is the principal sponsor of this competition.

About BDC

BDC is the only bank devoted exclusively to entrepreneurs. It promotes Canadian entrepreneurship with a focus on small and medium-sized businesses. With its 118 business centers from coast to coast, BDC provides businesses in all industries with financing and advisory services. Its investment arm, BDC Capital, offers equity, venture capital and flexible growth and transition capital solutions. BDC is also the first financial institution in Canada to receive B Corp certification. To find out more, visit

Special Gala Event to mark 50 years of CEGEPs and 25 years of The Vanier College Foundation

Vanier College is proud to mark the 50th anniversary of the founding of CEGEPs by inviting Saint Laurent residents to watch a simulcast special gala event that will feature, amongst others, a concert by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. The event is taking place in downtown Montreal on November 30th at 8 p.m and will be simulcast in real time to the Vanier College Auditorium as well as to the other 47 CEGEPs in the network. In addition to the MSO, the event will feature other dance, musical and comedy performances by artists including Koriass, Charles Richard-Hamelin and Jessica Viau.

This event will also mark 25 years of The Vanier College Foundation and its commitment to helping needy students and enhancing the education life of its students. Tickets for the broadcast will be sold for $10 with all proceeds going to The Vanier College Foundation.

You can pre-purchase tickets by:

514-744-7500 (press 0 and wait for the receptionist)

In person:
Vanier College, Room F-224
821 Sainte-Croix, Montreal (QC) H4L 3X9

Tickets will also be available at the door on the day of the show in the Vanier College Auditorium located in A-103.

2017 Graduation Ceremony: Scholarships and Awards

The Vanier College Foundation is once again proud to announce the following recipients for the 2017 Graduation Ceremony held on Wednesday, June 21, 2017:

John Economides Scholarship
Michael Lindner-D’Addario,  Pure & Applied Science Honours

Careers and Technical Program Scholar
Hoang Thuan Pham,  Computer Science Technology

Pre-University Diploma Program Scholar
Chrystelle El-Khoury,  Health Science

Continuing Education Attestation Scholar
James Morris,  Web and Database Programming Attestation

David Johnson Memorial Science Scholarship
Arsen Hnatiuk,  Science and Social Science

Gustav Levinschi Scholarships
Charlie Cheng-Chang Tang,  Commerce
Irene Chrisafakis,  Social Science
Camalita Iton,  Nursing

The Gloria Di Murro Creativity Award
Mohamed Ilyes Belayel,   Communications, Media and Studio Arts

Cedric Kunicek Memorial Scholarship
Emilie Vaillancourt,  Social Science: Major in Law & Society

The John Pitre Architectural Technology Scholarship
Brady Tannahill,  Architectural Technology

CAMMAC Readings Scholarship
Sébastien Bachand,  Music

Cy Cooper Band Scholarship
Seonaid Newell-Macintosh,  Science and Music Double DEC

Noël Spinelli Classical Voice Scholarship
Rebecca Nadler,  Music
Evangeline Stone-Barney,  Music

Nadia Turbide Scholarship
William Rondeau,  Science and Music Double DEC

Robert F. Jones Composition Scholarship
Noah Wright,  Music

Carmelita Sideco Memorial Scholarship
Hazel Grace Cagampang,  Nursing

Montreal General Hospital & Royal Victoria Hospital Scholarships: Academic Excellence
Nadiya Sergiyivna Alyeksyeyeva,  Nursing
Cristina-Eryn Tullio,  Nursing

Royal Victoria Hospital Scholarships: Clinical Excellence
Nathalie Setian,  Nursing
James Pidgeon,  Nursing

Royal Victoria Hospital Scholarships: Student Choice
Dorothea Novielli,  Nursing
Julianna Marcelino,  Nursing

Vo Van Tho Memorial Scholarship
Michael Lindner-D’Addario,  Pure & Applied Science Honours
Maksim Solovyev,  Pure & Applied Science

Ali Alousi Memorial Scholarship
Ferdousara Parvin,  Computer Science & Mathematics


Thank you once again to all of our generous benefactors for supporting our students in achieving their goals and ensuring that The Vanier College Foundation’s mission has been fulfilled.

Congratulations to the graduates of 2017!

New Scholarship – The Bauer Animal Welfare Award

Bauer Campbell was a beloved canine companion of the Animal Health Technology department. Not only did this joyful Golden Retriever provide students comfort, support, and cuddles, he was also a working dog who helped hundreds of students acquire a variety of nursing techniques over the years. Bauer passed away suddenly and peacefully in the fall of 2016, but his legacy will live on. Bauer represented what it meant to be patient, forgiving, caring, and compassionate, traits he shared with his owner, Linda Campbell. As the unofficial mascot of the AHT department, it felt fitting to name this scholarship after Bauer both in his memory and in recognition of Linda Campbell’s lifelong dedication to animal welfare and student success.




An award of $250 will be given to a student entering the 6th semester of the Vanier Animal Health program who has consistently demonstrated outstanding commitment to animal welfare and care during the past 3 years via leadership, compassion and initiative.

Donation online:
Canada Helps

Donation by cheque:
Vanier College Foundation
821 Sainte-Croix
Montreal, QC
H4L 3X9
Subject line: The Bauer Animal Welfare Award


Congratulations Jason Nankoo!

Congratulations to Vanier College student Jason Nankoo for winning the first edition of The Vanier College Foundation’s Peter Gonda Memorial Photography Scholarship. Jason is a graduating student in Vanier’s Communications Department. The $500 annual scholarship will be awarded to any Vanier student demonstrating original photographic works.

In its inaugural year a total of 38 students submitted their photos. A selection committee reviewed all of the entries and Jason’s work was chosen as the winner. Thank you to everyone who donated to the Peter Gonda Memorial Scholarship and thank you as well to Vanier’s Department of Communications, Media and Studio Arts.

Here is a sampling of Jason’s photos:

Harmony, 2016

Harmony, 2016

Flow & Timing, 2016

Flow & Timing, 2016










In Transition, 2016

In Transition, 2016








Self-reflection, 2016

Self-reflection, 2016