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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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@QCGN

- 1 hour ago

"Ne permettez pas au gouvernement provincial d'empiéter sur la juridiction fédérale." @marlenejennings parle avec @mattgallowaycbc sur The Current au sujet du #Bill96. #qcpoli https://t.co/moCisBgdou
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- 1 hour ago

“Do not allow the provincial government to trespass onto federal jurisdiction.” @marlenejennings speaks with @mattgallowaycbc on The Current about #Bill96 #qcpoli https://t.co/moCisBgdou
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- 6 hours ago

Assurances from Premier @francoislegault about #Bill96 not trampling on rights of English-speaking Quebecers is hard to take at face value, writes the Editorial Board at the @mtlgazette. #qcpoli https://t.co/edMYqQ6xYk
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@QCGN

- 6 hours ago

L'assurance de @francoislegault que la #Loi96 ne bafoue pas les droits des Québécois anglophones est difficile à prendre au pied de la lettre, déclare le comité de rédaction de la @mtlgazette. #qcpoli https://t.co/edMYqQ6xYk
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News

The Current for May 17, 2021

Quebec Premier François Legault wants to change Canada’s Constitution to better protect the French language, a move that could affect everything from immigration and education to policies outside the province’s borders. Matt Galloway discusses the new legislation with host of Radio-Canada’s Midi-Info and longtime political journalist Michel C Auger; the CBC’s chief political correspondent Rosemary Barton; and president […]

In the face of multiculturalism, is it time to put Quebec’s language debate to rest?

Arguments over language are nothing new in Quebec, but with a changing landscape that leans towards multiculturalism, some are asking if it might be time to put the debate to rest. Thursday, Quebec’s language debate was once again thrown into the spotlight when the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) tabled an aggressive piece of legislation to reform Bill […]

Plan to cap spaces in English-language CEGEPs could have unintended consequences

Quebec’s new language reform, Bill 96, proposes to cap the number of places in English-language CEGEPs. It would also give priority to anglophone students. However, the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) said the government should be focusing on ensuring students become bilingual. “(Students) who can fill the needs of business, the businesses already here and […]