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A.J. McLellan PAC carries out many programs throughout the year to raise funds to ben-efit students within the school. Programs that were continued from the previous year included providing classroom funds for teachers to use for the benefit of students, disaster preparedness kits for each classroom in the event of an emergency, provided funds for the Grade 7's for their graduation ceremony, provided funds for student recognition, to encourage schol spirit and to teach social responsibility. We continued to spend funds on technology- this year providing funds for licenses for - a comprehensive, level reading resource for students in Kindergarten through Grade 5.
New programs run this year were Young Entrepreneurs which was used in Grade 6 & 7 to introduce students to business and the costs, marketing, and philosophies behind running one. Breakfast with Santa was run this year as a school spirit event and was used to teach students about those less fortunate as a food drive was held as part of it for an city school in our district.All programs run by the A.J. McLellan PAC are run a volunteer basis. it is estimated that members of the PAC spend a minimum of 1500 hours volunteering at the school during the financial Funds spent on program were less this year as the PAC took some time to evaluate what our next major program would be after the completion of the playground extension in the financial year


The A.P.E. du Bois-Joli is a parent advisory committee established to support L'Ecole du Bois-Joli in the education of children in a Francophone environment. The goal of the A.P.E. is to determine the needs of the school and to promote and financially assist in various school programs and activities. Some of the A.P.E. activities includes: monthly meetings during September 2015 to June 2016 (the school year), fundraising, coordination of events and communication between all stakeholders.


Ecoute téléphonique-Documentation & soutiens aux parents. Programme À vous de jouer. Solutions Repits pour les parents d'enfants 5-15 ans. Eveil partie langage pour parents d'enfants 0-12mois, 12-24 mois.
.Les pleurs de Bébé, -Habilités sociales 3-6 ans et 6-12 ans. .Conférences sur différents sujets en lien avec notre clientèle. .Formation pour les parents sur le TDA/H, Le SAF, problematique de langage,.Poursuivre les trousses sur les habilités sociales pour parent + enfants entre 3 et 15 ans.

A.P.E.L.C. (Association pour la Protection de l'Environnement du Lac Cloutier)

Toujours deux parutions de journal pour continuer à expliquer comment proteger l'environnement. On continue a distribuer gratuitement arbres et arbustes pour regénérer les berges. Les analyses d'eau sont toujours au programme et nous faisons le suivi des fosses septiques. Nous continuons à prendre en charge la mise à l'eau des bateaux pour inciter les proprietaires à acquérir des habitudes saines et respectueuses pour l'environnement du lac. Nous entretenons toujours notre sentier hivernal sur le lac pour usage familial (marche, patinage) et profitons de ce fait pour sensibiliser la générationactuelle et future à la proctection de nos lacs et cours d'eau.


The Job Options BC program is a 10 week program designed to help participants improve skills and obtain employment. The Fraser Works Co-op operates two Employment Service Centres (ESC) to assist the general public in job searching at no cost. Services are available to anyone who is looking for work and is legally entitles to work in Canada. The Tech 45+ Program is a 16 week project for older workers that combines group based-training, classroom computer training and work experience placement.
The Surrey Job Readiness Program is a 12 week program designed to help participants improve their skills and obtain employment. The program includes a 6 weeks of job readiness training and short-term certificates, 4 weeks of job search, cohort support and job development and 2 weeks of follow-up.

AACR International - Canada

1. To promote health funding new and innovative research carried on by qualified donees in cures, prevention and treatment of cancer and disseminating the results of the research to the public. 2. To promote the efficiency and effectiveness of other registered charities by providing project management, scientific oversight, peer review, project support, and grant administration services to registered charities involved in conducting new and innovative research in cures, prevention and the treatment of cancer. 3. To advance education by developing and operating programs, conferences, seminars, and workshops designed to train students and scientists and advance their understanding of cancer etiology, prevention, diagnosis and treatment. 4. To receive and maintain a fund or funds and to apply all or part of the principal and income therefrom to charitable organizations.


a) To receive and maintain a fund or funds and to apply all or part of the income and capital of the Corporation to "qualified donees" for such exlusively charitable purposes as the Corporation shall see fit. b) To solicit, collect, accept, receive, hold, invest, reinvest and administer gifts, legacies, bequests, devises, funds, benefits or trusts and profits of any nature, without limitation as to the amount or value, and to use, apply, employ, expend or donate the income and principal thereof, and generally devote the same, to any of the objects of the Corporation. d) To do all other things which are incidental and ancillary to any one or more of the objects above. In the past fiscal year, the Corporation has supported the qualified donees in their educational, health services and arts missions.


None. 2016 was our first full year of operation as a registered charity.
This year was completely devoted to support our Joint Venture partner in Nepal, Aanandit Charity Centre (ACC), in the building of houses for people in the Dolakha district of Nepal who had lost their houses in the 2015 earthquakes. The villages of Dolakha are very poor and mostly consist of people of the Dalit (or untouchable) Hindu caste. After the major monsoon floods in the Summer of 2016, the Management Committee decided to divert $1,500 of these funds for flood relief instead of the building project.