Each semester, the Bureau de la vie étudiante offers many conferences on topics that might be of interest to you such as the adaptation process to Québec culture, how to dress for winter, income taxes, permanent immigration to Canada, and much more.

Most conferences are in French. To see the ones currently offered, visit the Conférences section.

Here are the conferences offered in english:

Post graduation work permit and possibilities to settle in another Canadian province

This information session is brought to you by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and is aimed for students who wish, after their studies, to settle permanently in any other Canadian province (except Quebec) with the intention of being gainfully employed. The information presented in this information session is not for students who wish to immigrate to Quebec.

The topics are:

  • Post-graduation work permit
  • Express Entry system and different programs for immigration to Canada.

This presentation is for students who intend to immigrate in other provinces than Quebec.

Length: 75 minutes

Dates to be announced…

Friday, January 24th at 10:30 a.m. (french)
Friday, January 24th at 1 p.m. (english) / Room 2878, pavillon de l’Éducation Physique et des Sports (PEPS)


You can download here the PowerPoint of the presentation

Income tax in Canada

Did you know that as a temporary resident (person with a study or work permit) you probably have to file income tax return if you have lived in Canada during the current fiscal year?

Learn more on your rights and obligations by visiting the website or by showing up Canada Revenue Agency’s Income taxes information session.

Here are some of the topics that will be covered in the information session:

  • Do you have to file an income tax return?
  • What documents are required to file your return?
  • Most common deductions and credits (refunds) for students
  • How to report a scholarship on your tax return
  • How can you claim the GST/HST credit (refund)?
  • Benefits for individuals and families;
  • International students in Canada (Introduction to the Canadian tax system and determine your residency status)
  • Volunteer program (who can help you)

Do not miss this opportunity to get the right information.

Conference in English

Wednesday, March 25th at 1 p.m. / Room 2704, pavillon Adrien-Pouliot