MONTREAL, June 10, 2011 /CNW Telbec/ - The members of the selection
committee for BPR's "$50,000 in grants for its 50th birthday" program
have made the selection of projects to be retained, from among the more
than 60 excellent projects whose goal is to foster educational success,
submitted by Québec not-for-profit organizations in the education
The organizations named are the Fondation Psycho-Pédagogique de Québec,
La Relance Jeunes et Familles du secteur Centre Sud de Montréal, the
Fondation de l'École Paul-Hubert de Rimouski, the Carrefour des enfants
de St-Malo de Québec and the Montreal Neurological Institute and
Hospital, affiliated with McGill University. Each of these
organizations will receive a $10,000 grant to carry out the project
Selection committee member and BPR president Pierre Lavallée was
pleasantly surprised by the number of candidates submitted and, more
specifically, by the quality of the projects. "What a nice surprise:
when the submission period ended on May 1st, which was BPR's 50th birthday, no fewer than sixty organizations had submitted a project for
consideration in this program. As far as we're concerned, all the
organizations are winners…but we had to choose," said Mr. Lavallée.
The "$50,000 in grants for its 50th birthday" program was part of the BPR's celebration of its 50th birthday.
For 50 years, BPR has been one of Canada's most significant engineering
firms, offering a full range of engineering and project management
services to industrial and commercial businesses, large institutions
and municipalities. The company's activities are divided among five
major specialties: building, municipal infrastructure and
transportation, energy, industrial and water management.
BPR is part of the Tetra Tech network, a world renowned leader in
engineering consulting. This association allows BPR access to a network
of 12,000 qualified associates in 330 business locations around the
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