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Our new website is now available online
We are pleased to announce that our brand new website is now live here.  What a great way to start the new year 2016!  Some changes may be done in the nearest future on the website so visit for now, but stay tuned! We're just getting started! Feel free to subscribe to our newsletter for the latest updates in your inbox here. Thank you for being part of our community!

Notre nouveau site est maintenant en ligne
Nous sommes heureux d'annoncer que notre tout nouveau site web est maintenant en ligne ici. Quelle belle façon de commencer la nouvelle année 2016! Certaines modifications pourraient être effectuées dans un avenir proche sur le site donc visitez pour l'instant, mais restez à l'écoute! Nous ne faisons que commencer! Merci de vous abonner à notre newsletter pour les dernières nouvelles dans votre boîte de réception ici. Merci de faire partie de notre communauté!

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