Lionel-Groulx breaks ground on new pavilion, modular classrooms


Collège Lionel-Groulx has officially broken ground on a new pavilion as well as several modular classrooms. The facility will enable Lionel-Groulx to welcome more students in fields that have been particularly affected by ongoing labour shortages, including nursing, computer science, and childcare. The pavilion will house 29 classrooms on five floors as well as a snack bar. The project was made possible thanks to grants of more than $45M for the pavilion and over $6M for the classrooms from the Government of Québec’s Ministère de l’Enseignement Supériur.