MONTREAL – Justin Trudeau visited his Papineau riding Tuesday to inaugurate a new student support centre that will bear his father’s name.
John F. Kennedy High School in Saint-Michel welcomed the leader of the Federal Liberal Party to officially open the Pierre Elliott Trudeau Student Support Centre.
“It’s extremely important that, as a society, we value education,” Trudeau told Global News.
“My father certainty impressed upon his sons and his country the need for intellectual rigor and a strong education. The kind of support a student resource centre like this one offers its students is really important.”
The centre is designed to provide additional assistance to students who may need help either academically or personally.
This includes identifying and dealing with any difficulties the students may have as well as designing tutorials and study schedules to allow students to keep up in…
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