This is the official agreement for collaboration between the between the Official Languages Support Programs (OLSP) at the Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH), represented by the Minister of Canadian Heritage, and the English-speaking Community of Quebec, represented by the Quebec Community Groups Network, the official interlocutor of the community with PCH.
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The 2010-2011 Annual Report of the Quebec Community Groups Network reports back to members and stakeholders on the Senate’s study on English-speaking Quebec; proposed legislation to modify the Charter of the French Language (Bill 14); and the final year of the Greater Montreal Community Development Initiative (GMCDI).
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The English-speaking community of Quebec faces many challenges, but one of the most significant is renewal. This report notes that immigrants have always played an important role in the vitality of English-speaking Quebec and that our community values the diversity arising from immigration.
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This report, replete with useful recommendations, followed a study by the Senate Committee on the realities of English-speaking communities in Quebec, particularly the various aspects affecting their development and vitality (e.g., community development, education, youth, arts and culture, health).
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QCGN President Linda Leith, who participated in a discussion on Part VII of the Official Languages Act, stated that Canada’s two official languages must enjoy equality of status and equal rights and privileges in public life. She noted this goal can only be achieved by ensuring the vitality and sustainability of the English and French […]
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This report of the Standing Committee on Official Languages concludes that immigration is an important development tool for Official Language Minority Communities because it provides for the demographic resourcing while contributing invaluable human, sociocultural and economic capital for communities.
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This research paper by Richard Y. Bourhis (Université du Québec à Montréal) and Pierre Foucher (Faculty of Law, Université d’Ottawa) for the Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities (CIRLM) concludes that key elements of Bill 103 modifying the Quebec Charter of Rights and Freedoms and further restricting access to English schools do not respect […]
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In remarks to the Committee on Culture and Education with regards to the General consultation and public hearings on Bill 103, An Act to amend the Charter of the French language and other legislative provisions QCGN President Linda Leith and Board member Roderick Macleod Leith remarked that the interests of society do not conflict with […]
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Stemming form QCGN’s Strategic Plan, this action plan identifies ways to improve the living conditions of English-speaking seniors in Quebec. It aims to increase awareness of existing resources available to English-speaking Quebec and to promote intercommunity and interinstitutional collaboration.
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Generated by the QCGN this report was intended as a stepping-stone towards actions that foster identity-building and a sense of belonging within Canada’s official language minority communities, and promoting the contribution of arts, culture and heritage to the sustainable development of official language minority communities.
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The Association for Canadian Studies produces its spring 2010 issue of Canadian Diversity in cooperation with the QCGN. The magazine invited several of the province’s minority language community leaders as well as a number of Quebec’s leading thinkers on issues of diversity within the English-speaking community to share ideas, insights and research on the subject.
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The 2009-2010 Annual Report of the QCGN discusses the 15th anniversary year of the organization which has grow in size and reputation. It reports back on the new strategic plan that sets a new vision for English-speaking Quebec and an ambitious mission for the Network as well as the creation of the Sheila and Victor Goldbloom Distinguished […]
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In a presentation to the Standing Committee on Official Languages on Immigration as a Development Tool in Official Language Minority Communities, QCGN President Robert Donnelly, and Michelle Dupuis, QCGN’s Director of Community Support and Network Development invite the committee to address the need for renewal of Quebec’s English-speaking community and express the hope that that politicians […]
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