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FAQ – Perspectives 30th Anniversary Celebration Draws!

FAQ

Perspectives 30th Anniversary Celebration Draws!
  • 10 Draws of $300 in School Trip Credits for a 2018/2019 school year.
  • 30 Draws of $100 in Individual Participant Trip Credits for a 2018/2019 school year trip.
  • Perspectives Celebrations Draws are only valid in Ontario. Eligible Schools and Trip Participants must be from schools within the province of Ontario.
  • No entry is required. All Schools who have booked a trip and all individual trip participants registered for 2018/2019 school year trips in Perspectives Registration System (or submitted via Perspectives hardcopy registration form) are automatically entered.
  • Schools and Trip Participant Names must be in the Perspectives on-line Registration System or submitted via hardcopy trip registration forms to be eligible.
  • Odds of Winning are dependent on the number of entries.
  • Draws:
    • Monthly draws will take place for one $300 School Trip Credit and three $100 Individual Participant Trip Credits.
    • Draws will take place:
      • For Fall & Winter Trips taking place before April 15th, 2019.
        • September 17, 2018
        • October 15, 2018
        • November 15, 2018
        • December 17, 2018
      • For Spring Trips taking place between April 16th & June 30th 2019.
        • January 15, 2019
        • February 15, 2019
        • March 15, 2019
        • April 15, 2019
      • Two Bonus Draws will be held. Each bonus draw will be for one $300 School Trip Credit and three $100 Individual Participant Trip Credits.
        • December 17, 2018
        • April 15, 2019
    • Winners will be notified by Email.
      • Winning Participants will be notified by email along with the Trip Organizer.
      • Winning Schools will be notified by email to the Trip Organizer.
    • Winners will be published on Perspectives Website.
      • Winning Schools will have their Name Published.
      • Winning Participants will have “Student at NAME OF SCHOOL” published. No individual trip participant first & surname name will be published.
      • Full List of winners is available upon request and with the permission of the winners.
  • Winnings are Trip Credits and have no cash value.
    • Trip Credits cannot be redeemed for cash.
    • Maximum Individual Trip Credit Value is $100.
    • Maximum School Trip Credit Value is $300.
  • Winning Trip Credits are non-transferrable.
  • Winning Trip Credits must be applied to a tour in the 2018/2019 school year.
  • If a trip is cancelled or a participant cancels from a trip for any reason the Trip Credits will be forfeited at Perspectives discretion.
  • If at the time of winning the participant or school has paid in full. A credit in the amount of the winning Trip Credits will be issued to the original payment source.
  • Draws will be managed by a computerized random selection tool.
General Terms & Conditions
    PAYMENT TERMS:
  • Deposit of $100 per person upon reservation, non-refundable.
  • Final payment due 45 days before departure.
  • Reimbursement 90 days prior to departure, excluding non-refundable deposit.
    DUE DATES:
  • Listed on the itinerary and invoice.
  • Deposit due date, final payment date and reimbursement dates are all outlined on both itinerary and invoice for each trip.
    CANCELLATION POLICY:
  • Full reimbursement 90 days prior to departure, excluding non-refundable deposit.
  • Insurance provider: Manulife Financial.
    REFUND POLICY:
  • Full reimbursement 90 days prior to departure, excluding non-refundable deposit.
  • No refunds granted after the 90 day deadline.
    SUPERVISORY POLICY:
  • 1 adult chaperone, as assigned by school, for every 10 students or as directed by school board policy.
    TRAVEL INSURANCE POLICY:
  • Group rates are applicable up to 45 days prior to departure; after 45 days, individual rates may apply.
  • Perspectives utilizes Manulife Travel Insurance Plans.
Liability Policy
    Perspectives will not assume responsibility for any claim, losses, damages, costs or expense arising out of personal injury, accidents or death, nor loss, damage or delay of baggage or other property, or delay, inconvenience, loss of enjoyment, upset, disappointment, distress or frustration due to any\all of the above and, resulting from the following:
    • The acts, omission or neglect of any party other than Perspectives or its employees,
    • Sickness, theft, labour dispute, mechanical breakdown, quarantine, government actions, weather or any other cause beyond the direct control of Perspectives,
    • A breach by the student/participant, at any time during the excursion, of the rules, regulations and policies as established by Perspectives.
    • A breach by the student/participant, at any time during the excursion, of the rules, regulations and policies as established by the hotels, restaurants, activity centres and the like.
Registering For A Trip
  • By law, according to the Ontario Travel Industry Act, 2002 and the Ontario Regulation 26/05, each participant MUST COMPLETE the online registration form in order to participate in the trip. Each participant must accept or decline the Manulife Trip Insurance (medical, cancellation and interruption) at the time of registration.
  • Perspectives’ on-line registration and payment system provides a fast, easy and secure way for participants to register for their trip, access all pertinent travel documents and make their payment either by cheque or credit card. The payment process for each trip is determine by the organizing teacher.
  • Detailed Registration instructions are provided to the trip organizer for families to access our on-line registration and payment system.
    • Instructions vary depending on the payment method chosen by the organizer and options include 1) payment by a school cheque or EFT, 2) payment by the trip participant by credit card or cheque, 3) a combination of school and participant payments to support fund raising and financial sponsorships.
    • In every case student registration is done via the on-line system. (Note: We will also accommodate paper registration forms if requested by the school).
  • All payments are processed via PayPal banking, credit card processing & currency exchange services; a leader in the on-line financial payment industry.
  • How do I register?
    • Please contact your trip organizer to obtain the specific registration instructions and unique trip code for your group.
  • How do I change my registration?
    • You can log back into your account and update account information by clicking on the user name in the upper right section of the black ribbon on the main dashboard and selecting Edit Profile
    • To accept or decline travel insurance after registration please contact our office directly at 1-800-718-1785
      • Note if insurance was selected and paid for at the time of registration it cannot be refunded
  • I’m a chaperone – how do I register?
    • Please follow the same registration instructions as the students/participants but at the time of account set up indicate “chaperone” as the registrant type.
    • Please ensure you not only set up your account but log in and register for your trip using the unique trip code assigned to your group.
  • I’m a paying parent joining my child’s school trip. >How do I register?
    • Please ensure you have obtained the school’s permission to join the trip.
    • Please follow the same registration instructions as the students/participants but at the time of account set up indicate “Paying Adult” as the registrant type.
    • Please ensure you complete all steps by logging in and registering for the trip using the unique trip code assigned to your group.
    • Follow the payment instructions provided by your trip organizer
      • Insurance rates for the trip are for students only. Paying Adults would require an individual quote. Please contact our office for details
  • My trip code doesn’t work.
    • Please ensure you are using the correct format for the code provided and are not mistaking the letter O for a zero or the number 1 for the letter L.
    • Our Trip codes are in the following format:
      • The first two positions are always alpha characters that represent the destination.
      • For example: ML = Montreal, QC = Quebec City & TO – Toronto
      • They are then followed by 6 numerical digits.
        • The first two numerical digits represent the year the trip is taking place
        • The following four uniquely identify the specific group trip.
        • For example:
          • ML181234 represents a trip to Montreal in 2018, number 1234.
          • TO194567 represents a trip to Toronto in 2019, number 4567.
  • What if I accidentally registered twice?
    • Please contact our office at 1-800-718 1785 and we will gladly assist.
Understanding Trip Costs
  • To provide the most inclusive price per student/participant, we require a minimum number of paying passengers on the trip.
  • For Destination tours prices are listed on the itinerary in a sliding scale format where the cost per student/participant correlates with the number of paying passengers.
  • The final price may vary depending on the number of students/participants travelling, choice of activities and due to price increases beyond our control, including but not limited to activities, accommodations, meals, insurance and transportation providers.
  • The final trip cost is based on the number of registered participants, as confirmed by the trip organizer, at 60 days prior to departure.
  • Tours are quoted based on current rates and conditions
  • Prices are subject to change until receipt of the final payment
  • We highly recommend that participants pay in installments:
    • deposit at the time of registration ( mandatory)
    • 2nd payment at least 90 days prior to departure
    • Final payment between 60 and 45 days from departure.
  • Saint Donat Trips – Prices are listed on the itinerary based on the program that the students/participants will be attending: Program A, B or C.
    • The Saint-Donat program is one package price.
Payment Information
When do I pay and how much do I pay?
  • There are 3 payment due dates and amounts which are listed under the Payment Information on the itinerary.
  • Payment #1: Deposit
    • A non-refundable deposit per participant is required to register for the trip ($25 = day trips, $100 = multi-day trips).
    • Travel Insurance may also be purchased by participants at this time either directly from Perspectives in partnership with Manulife Insurance or through other sources ex: TDSB participants via the TDSB specific program.
  • Payment #2 Interim Payment:
    • Due at 90 days before departure. Interim payment will be 60% of the remaining trip price.
  • Payment #3: Final Payment:
    • Balance is due 45 days before departure.
    • This amount will be determined at 60 days prior to departure based on the number of paying registered participants at that time.
  • Note: Participants will not be permitted to travel if full payment has not been received prior to departure.
Who do I pay?
  • The Payment Process has been chosen by your Trip Organizer and there are 3 main options
    • Participant Only – All participant trip payments go directly to Perspectives via the Perspectives on-line registration and payment system.
    • School Only – All participant trip payments are paid to the school/organization and the school/organization pays Perspectives.
      • Participants purchasing trip cancellation insurance through Perspective must pay Perspectives directly for it at the time of registration and not to the school/organization.
    • Combination /Both – Participants register and pay the trip deposit only (and insurance if chosen) via Perspectives on-line registration and payment system. The school will then forward to Perspectives any money that is to be applied to the outstanding trip balances as a result of outside funding or fundraising. That money must be received at least 60 days before departure. Once School payments are applied participants must log back in to their account and make the final payment based on the balance owing in their account.
What methods of payment are accepted?
  • Credit Card:
    • Visa & MasterCard are accepted via Perspectives online registration system to pay deposit, travel insurance, and instalments.
    • All payments are processed via PayPal banking, credit card processing & currency exchange services; a leader in the on-line financial payment industry.
  • Cheque:
    • May be used to pay deposit, travel insurance, final payment.
    • May not be used for instalment payments (please use credit card).
    • Post Dated Cheques are not accepted.
    • Cheques are due to Perspectives 10 business days after registration.
    • $40.00 administrative fee will be applied for all NSF cheques.
Can I get a receipt?
  • Receipts are emailed to the email address associated with the participant account at the time of payment.
How do I get a receipt re-issued?
  • Receipts can be issued by Perspectives once confirmation of payment is received, depending on the payment method chosen by the trip organizer.
Trip Cancellation
What if I need to cancel my trip?
  • Please notify your trip organizer and Perspectives as soon as possible
  • In the event a participant wishes to cancel their attendance on a trip Perspectives will provide a refund 90 days prior to departure, excluding the non-refundable deposit.
  • From 90 days to the day of departure, participants must make a claim to their travel insurance provider.
What if the school cancels the trip, will I get my money back?
  • If the school cancels the trip prior to 90 days from departure Perspectives will work with the school to ensure participants are refunded, excluding purchases of insurance.
    • Note: Trip Travel Insurance is active as soon as the policy is purchased. Service is provided as of purchase date and cannot be refunded or cancelled once purchased.
  • In the event that reservation deposits were made or event tickets were purchased on behalf of the group,  Perspectives will not be able to refund money paid to suppliers
What if the school cancels the trip due to weather?
  • Participants must make a claim to their travel insurance provider
Travel Insurance
Perspectives is pleased to offer all of our clients the option to purchase travel insurance through Manulife.
  • Trip Travel Insurance is Optional.
  • The following document outlines The Manulife World Youth Policy EN FR.
  • You may also contact Manulife directly at 1-877-COVER-ME (1-877-268-3763) for customer service. They will be able to assist you with your questions.
  • This plan is only available for groups (minimum of 10 people who share travel arrangements)
  • Requests for insurance must be purchased at the time of registration and are made through Perspectives on-line registration and payment system.
  • Subsequent requests after registration must be received 45 days prior to the departure date.
  • NOTE: Insurance requests are not processed until the payment for insurance is received.
  • Date of birth is required when purchasing insurance.
Why do I need to accept or decline travel insurance when registering my trip participant?
  • Per TICO (Travel Industry Council of Ontario) regulations. Perspectives must offer travel insurance to all trip participants. Trip participants must accept or decline the offer of insurance as part of these regulations.
Do I need to purchase Travel Insurance?
  • Trip Cancellation Insurance is Optional.
  • Perspectives strongly recommends the purchase of travel insurance to protect families against unforeseen circumstances.
  • Please check the trip policies of your School Board as some boards have insurance as a mandatory requirement.
  • If you feel you have coverage through another means we strongly recommend that you research the coverage conditions. (Ex. Many family or credit card based policies only cover students when they are travelling with their parents or the card holder).
Do I have to buy Trip Cancellation Insurance through Perspectives?
  • The Trip Cancellation Insurance offered by Perspectives is ideally suited for our tour offerings however, insurance may be purchased through an alternate source.
    • School Board Offering ( Example: TDSB Travel Insurance Program)
    • Private Benefit Plan through an employer
    • Credit Card Coverage
    • Another Travel Agency
  • Please ENSURE you research the coverage conditions and understand all policy inclusions and exclusions. Ex. Many family or credit card based policies only cover students when they are travelling with their parents or the card holder).
Can I get a refund for travel insurance
  • Insurance is active as soon as the policy is purchased. Service is provided as of purchase date and cannot be refunded or cancelled once purchased.
How do I make a claim against my purchased insurance policy?
  • Please contact your insurance policy holder to obtain the appropriate forms and direction.
  • If Trip cancellation insurance was purchased through Perspectives please refer to the policy (link below) Manulife World Youth Policy EN |  and contact Manulife directly at 1-877-COVER-ME (1-877-268-3763) for customer service. They will be able to assist you.
Can I get a receipt?
  • Receipts are emailed to the email address associated with the participant account at the time of payment.
How do I get a receipt re-issued?
  • Receipts can be issued by Perspectives once confirmation of payment is received, depending on the payment method chosen by the trip organizer.
Drug And Alcohol Policy
Drug and Alcohol Policy for Students
  • Under no conditions or circumstances will drugs or alcohol be permitted.
  • After collaboration with group supervisors, any students/participants found engaging this policy or causing disciplinary problems will be dismissed and sent home at the responsibility and at the expense of the parents/guardians/school board.
  • Perspectives will not be liable for any and all claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever arising out of any damages sustained by the students/participants arising out of any student/participant engaging this policy.
Drug and Alcohol Policy for Adult
  • Please consult your school board / association guidelines regarding use of drugs / alcohol while on tour.
  • Perspectives will not be liable for any and all claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever arising out of any damages sustained by the participants arising out of any participant engaging in drugs or alcohol.
Privacy Policy
Our Privacy Policy and Commitment to Protecting Your Privacy
  • Perspectives values your business and we thank you for your confidence in choosing our company. You trust us with your personal information. We respect that trust and want you to be aware of our commitment to protect the information you share in the course of doing business with us.
How We Collect, Use and Disclose Your Information
  • When you purchase a trip from us, you share personal information so that we may provide you with products and services that best meet your needs. We assume your consent to use this information in an appropriate manner. We may use and disclose this information in order to:
    • Communicate with you
    • Provide services essential to the success of your trip
    • Act as required or authorized by law
What We Will NOT Do With Your Information
  • We do not sell customer information to anyone. Nor do we share customer information with other organizations.
We Strive to Protect Your Personal Information
  • All employees who are granted access to customer records understand the need to keep this information protected and confidential. They know they are to use this information only for the purposes intended. This expectation is clearly communicated. We have also established physical and system safeguards, along with the proper processes to protect customer information from unauthorized access or use.
Your Privacy Choices
  • You may also withdraw your implied consent at any time (subject to legal or contractual obligation and on providing us with reasonable notice) by contacting our Privacy Officer.
  • Please be aware that withdrawing your consent may prevent us from providing you with the requested service.
  • We may occasionally use your personal information to tell you about services or products that we believe may be of interest to you. If you would rather not receive this type of communication, please let us know through our Privacy Officer.
If You Need More Information please contact our office at 1-800-718-1785.
Saint-Donat Program
Is it for Core French, Extended French or French Immersion?
  • The program is develop for Core French, Extended French and French Immersion students from Grades 5-12.
  • The focus of the program is to help students erase their fears about speaking French and build confidence in their ability to communicate in French with native speakers without inhibition, in a safe, secure, healthy and fun environment.
What if I’m not very good at French?
  • You don’t have to be an “A” student to get a lot out of this experience. As a matter of fact it is often the students who are struggling with French who experience the greatest improvement in Saint-Donat.
How much is the program?
  • Please refer to the Saint-Donat Brochure for specific programs and prices
What kind of bus is it?
  • Travel is on highway motor coach (usually 55 passenger coaches) equipped with a DVD player and viewing monitors as well as a washroom. Motor coaches are operated by fully licensed professional drivers.
How much luggage can I take?
  • You can take 1 large suitcase (NO HOCKEY BAGS PLEASE) which will go into the storage compartment under the coach. You can also take 1 carry-on bag such as a back pack.
  • You are responsible for carrying your own luggage, please pack accordingly. (Can you lift it?)
  • Ski/Snowboard/Skates can be packed in their own bags
  • All luggage items must be labelled with both the student and the school name
What kinds of clothes should I take?
  • Dress for the program is casual. Follow your school’s dress code, uniforms are not necessary.
  • Be sure to bring shoes for indoor activities!
  • Bring clothes that can be layered for warmth.
  • You need to bring: Winter boots, warm ski pants, warm ski/winter jacket, thermal underwear (2), warm heavy socks (4), hat(s), a neck warmer, 2 or more pairs of winter waterproof gloves and /or mitts, and ski goggles to protect your eyes on the ski hill.
  • A CSA approved snow sport helmet is mandatory (can be rented in advance at the ski centre).
  • Skates – We recommend skates be in a separate small bag with a CSA Hockey helmet.
  • REMEMBER TO BRING PROPER WINTER BOOTS!! (Note fashion boot/booties are NOT acceptable).
  • Packing: Do not pack snow pants and snow clothing with your ski/snowboard equipment.
  • INCLUDE LINK TO PACKING LIST SAINT DONAT PROGRAM HERE.
Skiing/Snowboarding
  • Mont Garceau provides the perfect slopes for students of all ages and levels of competence to enhance their skills with the expertise of certified (CSIA/CASI) personnel who are equally focused to provide a safe learning environment for beginners and expert skiers alike.
  • Ski or Snowboard lessons are mandatory for all skill levels, following the OPHEA safety guidelines.
  • Can I take my own ski/snowboard equipment?
    • Yes, by all means, if you have ski equipment you can bring it.
    • Make sure your equipment is in good condition and that you have had your DIN settings adjusted for your height and weight at the time of your trip.
    • Please label all items with student name and school name.
    • Packing: Do not pack snow pants and snow clothing with your ski/snowboard equipment.
    • Don’t forget your skates!
    • All other equipment is provided (snowshoes, cross country skis etc).
  • Can I rent ski/snowboard equipment?
    • Yes. Please refer to the Saint-Donat Program brochure for prices.
    • Payment for rental equipment is payable directly to Ski Garceau upon arrival
  • What forms of payment are accepted for Ski/Snowboard Equipment Rentals?
    • Payment for Rentals is made directly to Ski Garceau upon arrival
    • Ski Garceau accepts Cash, Cheque, Credit & Debit
Food
  • Sample Menus are available  for your reference – please ask your trip organizer or contact us directly at 1-800-718-1785
  • What if I have special food requirements?
    • If you have food allergies or special food requirements (such as vegan or gluten allergies), please inform your trip organizer ahead of time AND indicate these needs when you register online.
    • We will work with you to meet your needs.
  • Can I bring snacks for my room?
    • No. To help keep your room clean and safe, we ask that you do not have snacks in your room.
    • This also helps protect other students who may have food allergies such as nuts.
    • Evening snacks are provided prior to curfew.
  • Allergy Concerns while in Saint-Donat
    • In order to assist teachers and parents, Perspectives and our suppliers do as much as possible to accommodate all participants so that they have a wonderful and safe experience in Saint-Donat.
    • Perspectives requires advance notice of dietary allergies or restrictions and will work with the students and chaperones to find suitable alternatives.
    • IT IS CRITICAL THAT ALL DIETEARY AND ALLERGY INFORMATION IS INCLUDED AT THE TIME OF ON-LINE REGISTRATIION, IN THE AREAS PROVIDED.
    • Have questions? Call us at 1-800-718-1785
Accommodations
  • Who is responsible for determining room assignments?
    • All rooming assignments are coordinated by the organizing teacher, the students and the school.
    • For both our destination tours and our Saint-Donat French Cultural and Outdoor Education program all students are only housed with students from the same school or school board as per the rooming assignments provided by organizing teachers.
  • Do the rooms have sheets and towels?
    • Yes sheets, towels and blankets are all included. You will just need to bring your toiletry items.
    • Daily housekeeping services are provided.
  • Is there night security?
    • Night security is offered from curfew to 6:00 a.m.
    • Perspectives leases the whole facility so there are no other clients housed in the Lodge at the same time as the Perspectives groups.
    • Perspectives Management lives on-site during the program.
Weather – What if there is a snow storm on the day of departure or the return trip from Saint-Donat?
  • We work with professional motor coach companies and police services to determine the safety of the roads.
  • We lease commercial motor coaches with professional drivers who follow the Highway Transportation Act Rules and Regulations.
  • If there is a delay, we work with the organizing teacher and school board administration to determine the safest plan. We make arrangements to ensure that the students join the program or return home as soon as possible.
  • Monitoring the weather is an integral part of our daily operations.
Spending Money
  • How much money should I bring?
    • Students are responsible for their lunches. They can get them at the chalet at the mountain. An average amount for lunch is $10.00-$15.00 depending on your appetite.
    • There will be opportunity to purchase meals on that way to and from Saint-Donat. Average cost is $10.00-$15.00. Please ensure you have money left for the trip home.
    • There will also be a short time for shopping in the town of Saint-Donat with opportunity to purchase a small souvenir or a treat. Purchase amounts at your discretion.
  • Will the Ski Hill and the merchants in Saint-Donat accept Debit/Credit?
    • Yes Mont Garceau and the merchants of Saint Donat accept cash, credit and debit.
Medical Facilities
  • Teachers accompanying the students will be provided with a list of medical services and procedures in their chaperone package.
  • Medical procedures for students in the Saint-Donat program:
  • In all cases of any injury, parents and the school administration will be consulted by the supervising teacher in Saint-Donat.
  • Non-serious injuries:
    • For injury occur during the day, in most cases students are referred to the local clinic (Centre Local de Santé Communautaire – C.L.S.C.) in Saint-Donat for medical treatment.
    • Should the student require additional medical treatment, they will be referred by the physician to the Laurentian Hospital in Sainte-Agathe.
    • Should an injury occur during the evening hours, it is the chaperone’s responsibility, occasionally in consultation with a paramedic, to decide whether to wait until the following day to visit the local clinic (CLSC) or the Laurentian Hospital in Sainte-Agathe.
    • Depending on the severity of the injury, the student may be transported either by ambulance (for serious injury) or taken by taxi (non-serious injury) to the Laurentian Hospital in Sainte-Agathe.
    • Option 1 – For non-urgent medical treatment:
      • Centre Local de Santé Communautaire (CLSC) de la Matawinie (Saint-Donat region).
      • 377, rue du Foyer, Saint-Donat, (Québec) JOT 2CO, Telephone: (819) 424-1511.
    • Option 2 – For urgent medical treatment:
      • 9-1-1 systems are fully functional within Saint-Donat and the Laurentian region
      • Ambulance services is available for the village of Saint-Donat
      • Saint-Donat is 35 km (or 25 minutes) on route 329 from the Laurentian central hospital in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts.
      • Saint-Donat is also 85km (or 60 minutes) on route 125 from the Lanaudière regional hospital in Joliette.
      • Hospitals:
        • Laurentian Regional Hospital: Centre Hospitalier Laurentien: Level 4 Trauma centre 234 rue Saint-Vincent, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts (Québec) J8C 2B8 Tel: (819) 324-4000
        • Hôpital Sacré-Coeur: Level 1 Trauma centre 5400, boul. Gouin Ouest, Montréal (Québec) H4J 1C5 Tel – Main: 514 338-2222 Tel – Emergencies: 514 338-2000
      • Saint-Jérôme Regional Hospital: Centre de Santé et de Services Sociaux de St-Jérôme / Hôpital de Saint-Jérôme 90 rue Montigny, Saint-Jérôme (Québec) J7Z 5T3 Tel: (450) 431-8200
    • Children’s Hospital: CHU Sainte-Justine 3175, Chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montréal (Québec) H3T 1C5 Tel: 514 345-4931
  • Additional Hospital Information: Quebec hospital information: http://www.msss.gouv.qc.ca/en/sujets/organisation/index.php Montreal health information: https://www.santemontreal.qc.ca/population/
Packing List
GST/HST Rebates For Schools
  • GST/HST Rebate Information link