Time for Quebec to rethink relationship with English-speaking minority

The Sherbrooke Record
It’s time for Quebec to rethink its relationship with its English-speaking minority.  That’s the message the Quebec Community Groups Netowrk delivered to the general consultation and public hearing on Bill 103 being held this month in the National Assembly.

English-speaking Quebecers are not a threat to the majority.  Au contraire, we English-speaking Quebecers have made – and continue to make – enormous contributions to Quebec society in every wald of life, from education and business to health and agriculture, not to mention science, technology, and the arts.  We are largely bilingual, and we strive to ensure our children are bilingual and bi-cultural.  Far from being a threat, the English-speaking minority is an asset.  Read more…