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English-speaking Quebecers are asking federal parties and candidates to guarantee strategies to stem the exodus of… https://t.co/8MVokJViwq
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Les Québécois d’expression anglaise demandent aux partis d’élaborer des stratégies afin de contrer l’exode de nos j… https://t.co/4JHwyEjejp
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Le QCGN a interrogé les principaux partis fédéraux sur les préoccupations des Québécois d’expression anglaise… https://t.co/z1LgQmGJMZ
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Minority language groups find “surprising level of consensus” in call for Official Languages Act renewal

Carrying on a process that has been happening in the background of federal and provincial political discussions for the last three years or so, the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), the Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario (AFO), and the Société de l’Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick (SANB) have been on tour since the summer trying to […]

Minority language groups band together to demand language act revamp

The QCGN, the Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario and the Société de l’Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick are teaming up to demand parties involved in the Oct. 21 federal election commit to strengthening the Official Languages Act by imposing stiffer sanctions on offenders.  “There’s a high degree of consensus on what should be done with the […]

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  • Association of English-Language Publishers of Quebec

    The Association of English-language Publishers of Quebec represents a lively and proud community. Members include a university press, trade and literary presses, and children’s educational publishers. We promote the wonderful books published in English in Quebec. Across Quebec, we act as liasion with readers, government and organizations about the publishing world. The Montreal Review of Read more [...]