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In this Quebec election campaign, are the parties focusing enough on issues that matter to English-speaking Quebecers?
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IS BILL 96 IMPACTING YOU?

Fill out our Bill 96 Impact Awareness questionnaire to provide the QCGN with details of issues that you or your family have experienced that illustrate the negative effects of Quebec’s new language law.

Bill 96, which became law on June 1, 2022, restricts the rights of all Quebecers in areas like education, health and social services, and access to justice. More about the bill and other language legislation on our Language Rights page.

News

Montreal Gazette’s Monday print newspaper edition to end as Postmedia announces changes

Eva Ludvig, president of the Quebec Community Groups Network, expresses disappointment as Postmedia, owner of the Montreal Gazette and eight other daily newspapers across Canada, pulls the plug on Monday print editions. “It doesn’t look good for the future and that is unfortunate for those of us who are into our news,” she says. Seniors […]

MODERNIZING THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ACT: HOW THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT GOT IT WRONG WITH C-13

Bill C-13 is new legislation proposed by the Government of Canada to modernize the Official Languages Act (OLA). It also proposes to enact a new law – the Use of French in Federally Regulated Private Businesses Act. The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) opposes C-13 and is concerned about the new direction being proposed by […]

Les anglophones, inquiets et indécis

After “20 or 30 years” of “linguistic peace,” many in Quebec’s English-speaking community are worried about the future, says QCGN interim president Eva Ludvig. Data from surveys on the QCGN’s website indicate that many fear that the concerns of the English-speaking community are not being taken into account by the provincial government. Read more