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Year: 1995 – Province: Quebec
Claude Ménard was the right man for the job when École secondaire Joseph-Charbonneau, a Montreal school for students ages 13 to 21 with multiple disabilities, needed a new laboratory. For 15 years now, thanks to Mr. Ménard's efforts, the Montreal school has been able to deliver a full lab program in physics, biology, chemistry and other subjects to its students whose movements are limited by disabilities such as muscular dystrophy, spina bifida and paralysis.