It's totally possible to teach without a degree. I mean, it's always important/appealing to have a degree as a background, but it's also totally possible to succeed without it. It'll be wise to finish your last years at Laval, and just try to take on any sub spots or internships at some schools. It'll be worth it in the end!
If you have some questions about certifications, this website: http://www.teacherssupportnetwork.com/c ... e.do?id=16
provides a lot of faq's about certificates. And http://www.teflcertificate.com/
guides you through the TEFL program--I believe they are having a new rate as well. My sister went through http://www.onlineenglishdegree.com/
after finishing her basics at a community college to get her English degree and during that time, she was able to put in a lot of teaching time because her classes were online. So that might be something to look into if you'd considering transferring credits.
Anyways, so don't get too caught up in having a degree--there isn't any rush to finish anything, so take your time, complete your degree and start teaching full time!!