Anglophone seniors don’t have language skills to get needed help: study

CTV Montreal

Anglophone senior citizens in Quebec say their limited language skills prevent them from fully participating in society and getting the help they need.

The Quebec Community Groups Network conducted the study by analyzing census data and surveying 835 anglophones across the province.

The three-year study showed 70 per cent of Quebec anglophones aged 55 and older did not think they had the language skills necessary to fully participate in society.

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