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West Van students learn Québécois traditions

FRENCH FOOD - West Vancouver’s Ecole Pauline Johnson elementary celebrated Winter Carnaval this week with activities for students that included learning traditional Québécois folk songs, dances and methods of creating maple syrup treats. Above: Rene Turmel, a.k.a. “the Maple Man,” serves kindergarten students maple taffy cooled on snow. - Submitted
FRENCH FOOD - West Vancouver’s Ecole Pauline Johnson elementary celebrated Winter Carnaval this week with activities for students that included learning traditional Québécois folk songs, dances and methods of creating maple syrup treats. Above: Rene Turmel, a.k.a. “the Maple Man,” serves kindergarten students maple taffy cooled on snow.
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