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QCGN to Host Conference on Community Engagement and the Integration of Newcomers

Montreal, March 13, 2017 – On March 15, 2017, the Quebec Community Groups Network will be hosting a one-day conference entitled Community Engagement and the Successful Integration of Newcomers. The one-day event on the eve of the National Metropolis Conference will bring together dozens of representatives from various sectors and regions to discuss how newcomers – immigrants, refugees and migrants – integrate into Quebec society through the province’s English-speaking communities and institutions.

Sponsored by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), the one-day conference kicks with a workshop/panel entitled Faith-based Organizations as Integrating Factors for Newcomers that will discuss how churches, synagogues, and faith-based groups are integrating newcomers into our communities. This panel was organized in cooperation with the English-speaking Catholic Council.

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A Community Dialogue about Immigration and Retention of Newcomers to the English-speaking Communities of Quebec

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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