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However, after attending the program and spending a month learning and living in French, my entire outlook changed.
Had the best time of my life easily during Explore in Sherbrooke!
Our vehicle for outings was a big yellow school bus, just like the one that took me on field trips in elementary school.Call us, petit trois la vallee chat with us, write us or come see us in person!The fact that I was going to live with people I didn't know in a month was such a crazy thought and learning French in the summer was a decision but it taught me how to budget money on the weekends.Its very exiting to speak English every day in class, in the street and having fun with my friends from all over Canada.We spoke French the whole way to Quebec, and through our lunch when we got there the most extended gabfest I'd had in French since arriving.I now have friends all over Canada that I still keep in touch with and visit whenever I travel.And we went camping to Banff and scared off some ours noirs!More Shannon Kelly Doing the Explore program was the best choice I've ever made.More Shandel Brown Explore Laval was one of the best experiences of my life.L'Outaouais en fête, plan your trip, got questions about Québec?The program is really focused on the French language and the culture revolved around.Im a pianist and when I signed up, I was afraid that I wouldnt get to practice during the program.
Turns out I was wrong.

More Jonas Cosh My professor of the Explore Program in 2010 completely transformed my life in just 5 weeks!I had lots of fun with my professors and classmates with whom I am still.Cox, 20 years old, Alberta Wow!I thought taking English in university would protect me from.When I returned to my lodgings at Michel's house each evening, my host was always waiting, however late it might be, with questions about how the day had gone.It was an eye-opening experience that allowed me to not only learn French, but also have a taste of Quebecois culture while having a blast!I got my first taste of real northern Quebec in the summer of Grade 5 and quickly made it my second home.

I was hesitant at first about the strictness of the French-only rule.