In conversation with French-language experts Jean-Pierre Corbeil, Mario Polèse and Jean-Benoît Nadeau, our bilingual conference on April 4 sparked a dialogue on fostering a better linguistic vivre-ensemble in Quebec.

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QCGN to Quebec: English-speaking community part of solution, not the problem

“English-speaking Quebecers are not the enemy,” reads the open letter from QCGN President Eva Ludvig, calling for the English-speaking community to have a seat at the table in the provincial government’s action plan to protect and promote the French language. “Regardless of where we agree or disagree, the English-speaking community should be part of the […]

Theory, Practice, and Perception: Unreliable Access to Courts and Tribunals in Quebec Post-Bill 96

The most recent Access to Justice in English project explores the discrepancy between what should be theoretically possible, is practically possible, and is perceived possible in the English language in front of Quebec courts and administrative tribunals. The report largely focuses on English Quebecer’s experience in front of less formal tribunals which cover every-day legal […]

OPEN LETTER: QCGN to Quebec: English-speaking community part of the solution, not the problem

The English-speaking community should be included in the Coalition Avenir Québec’s action plan for the revitalization of the French language, writes QCGN President Eva Ludvig in an open letter to French Language Minister Jean-François Roberge. “The English-speaking community of Quebec has a role to play in the promotion and protection of the French language,” writes […]