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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Book Dumpling toy drive donates thousands of gifts to Montreal children in need One of the organizations receiving the gifts is @TyndaleStGeorge https://t.co/PTa4KOzVcV
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Making funding for English CEGEPs proportional to the Enlgish-speaking population would be problematic for both Anglophone and Francophone students. Editorial: The language of CEGEP https://t.co/GtEOwJb7ja
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Jedwab: It is undignified to stoke language tensions in the midst of a pandemic https://t.co/CBf21ipwhU
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Macpherson: On language, sacrificing anglo interests for franco votes "Expectations in Quebec’s politico-media class have been raised that Ottawa is abandoning its commitment to the equality of English and French, at least in this province." https://t.co/tLIvpkbjSY
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Quebec language minister says changes to Bill 101 are not an attack on English

November 24, 2020 – The Coalition Avenir Québec government will soon make changes to Quebec’s French language charter. Simon Jolin-Barrette announced that he will table legislation to modify Bill 101 early in the new year. But as Gobal’s Raquel Fletcher reports, he has revealed few details of what that plan will actually look like, which […]

Quebec announces plans to strengthen French language laws

November 24, 2020 – Quebec’s Minister Responsible for the French Language, Simon Jolin-Barrette, announced on Tuesday a plan to table a bill aimed at strengthening French in the province. “Quebec was born in French, and it will stay French,” Jolin-Barrette said at a news conference on Tuesday. Read more