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Jeunes Étoiles invite les jeunes, les dirigeants de la communauté, les organisations communautaires, les membres de la communauté, les policiers, les influenceurs, les politiciens, les travailleurs en santé mentale et les médias à ce rassemblement pacifique. L’événement aura lieu le samedi 4 Juillet à l’école secondaire communautaire de Pierrefonds (PCHS – 13800, boulevard Pierrefonds, Pierrefonds, Québec H9A 1A7) à 13h00. Nous vous invitons à dénoncer le racisme et soutenir l’unité entre toutes les cultures.

Pour plus d’informations, envoyez-nous un courriel à ou appelez-nous au (514) 800-9746.

Veuillez respecter les mesures de distanciation sociale et veuillez porter un masque. N’oubliez pas vos pancartes!

The objective of Montreal Black Youth Conference is to provide the youth of the Greater Montreal area with the opportunity to express their ideas for a better future and seek solutions to common challenges.  They will also have the chance to connect with community mentors as well as to access resources and information that will help them with their career pursuits.


A program designed for the English speaking youth of the West Island. The programming offers free workshops on Entrepreneurship, Coding, Financial literacy, and Leadership / life skills. Participation is meant to enhance youth’s confidence, self-esteem, and social skills  so that they are better equipped in their eventual transition to post-secondary education and adulthood.Additionally, Future Stars gives graduated participants the opportunity to apply those skills as Junior Counselors-in-Training, CIT’s and / or Counselors at Youth Stars’ Summer & March break Camp depending on their age and grade level.


There was much enthusiasm as an anti-bullying tour started Friday at Parkdale Elementary School in St-Laurent.

The Youth Stars production, led by Malik Shaheed, better known as DJ Malik, taught children in Grades 1 through 6 about the importance of recognizing the signs of bullying, and how to reach out, or even help fellow classmates and friends.

“Understand the signs of bullying. Don’t be a bully. Be a friend. As a human being, you have to help people. We all need help. Speak up when you see bullying,” said Malik.

The anti-bullying program is in its fifth year, which tours schools across Montreal and Quebec. Malik hopes to be able to expand the tour on a nationwide level.

“We are creating a buzz in Quebec, and once the buzz spreads out, we will also be extending our hands out to schools in Ontario, and other provinces,” he said.

The Youth Stars Tour is dedicated to Devan Bracci-Selvey this year, who was killed earlier this year as a victim of bullying.

December 3, 2019

Help Youth Stars Reach Their Goal!

December 3, 2019

October 29, 2019

September 22, 2019

Join us on Sunday September 22nd, in the West Island for an exclusive Rooftop Daytime Party Fundraiser being held at a SECRET LOCATION!

Help raise funds for Youth Stars various programs, benefiting children & youth with special needs and from lower income households.

The event will feature Live DJ’s, dancing, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and prizes . Hors d’oeuvres will be provided by the prestigious restaurant Kale & Bacon!

The party’s secret venue will be located 5 minutes away from Fairview Pointe-Claire shopping center!

Dec. 17, 2018

Eat to the Beat 2018 Holiday Luncheon & Dance Party
In-School Edition!
9th Annual Event