QCGN Responds to COVID-19 Pandemic

To help English-speaking Quebecers navigate through the pandemic, QCGN has created a on online information hub that provides access to reliable information in English. Click here to find links new government programs as well as additional resources and online tools.

QCGN’s Daily Briefing, a free daily news clipping service for and about English-speaking minority communities, also provides English-speaking Quebecers with all the news they need to know about COVID-19 and how it affects them. Click here to subscribe.

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- 54 minutes ago

“I am awarding a special Oscar to Mario Laframboise in his role as Liberal federalist,”@PaulPlamondon. But his biggest was @coalitionavenir language minister, @SJB_CAQ, who slipped out the door before the vote after a big speech on the need to protect language. https://t.co/wXq7OSlT6U
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- 2 hours ago

@LP_LaPresse: COVID-19: 20 décès, 1033 nouveaux cas https://t.co/NRAGIFQ9Yh
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- 4 hours ago

@fcfacanada: On adore voir ces liens de solidarité entre l'Acadie du N.-B. et l'Ontario français! D'ailleurs, beaucoup de liens de ce genre entre les différentes communautés de notre réseau et on s'en réjouit! #Acadie #onfr https://t.co/Fzg3F13vCR
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- 15 hours ago

MNAs with the Coalition Avenir Québec government and the Liberal opposition voted down a PQ motion on language, which was supposed to mark the arrival of new party leader Paul St-Pierre Plamondon. https://t.co/4WGg2fli3a
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QCGN Response to House Leaders – October 9, 2020

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