Entries by Catheline Moreau

QCGN has New Interim President and Renewed Resolve to Battle Bill 96 and Other Legislation Detrimental to English-speaking Quebecers

Montreal – June 10, 2022 – Under new Interim President Eva Ludvig, the Quebec Community Groups Network today emerged from a policy forum with renewed resolve to fight Bill 96 and to advocate strongly to ensure new federal legislation updating the Official Languages Act does not abandon Englishspeaking Quebec by discarding the fundamental principle of […]

Job Posting: Project Coordinator, Community Innovation Fund

Start Date: As soon as possible The QCGN is seeking a bilingual, dynamic, results-oriented individual with proven experience in project management, a background in community development to coordinate the Community Innovation Fund Project. This is a social financing initiative funded by Economic Social Development Canada (ESDC) that injects up to $1.1 million over a 4-year […]

Job Posting: Communication & PR Interim Manager – Interim position (temporary leave replacement)

Start Date: As soon as possible – 3-month contract Salary: $60,000 to $70,000 annum The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) is seeking a bilingual, dynamic, tech savvy individual to provide communications, website and social media management, as well as other communications support and some in-house translation. QCGN offers a competitive salary, a generous benefit package […]

Job Posting: Communications Assistant

Start Date: May 2, 2022 End date: August 19, 2022 Salary: $39,000 per annum The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) is seeking a bilingual, dynamic, tech savvy communication assistant to provide communications, media scanning and social media support. The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) is an incorporated not-for-profit organization that identifies, explores and addresses strategic […]

Job Offer: Junior Policy Analyst

ABOUT THE QCGN Founded in 1995, the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) gives voice to Canada’s English linguistic minority communities, known collectively as the English-speaking Community of Quebec (ESCQ). It advocates on behalf of this community, promoting its views, positions and interests, ensuring the respect and evolution of its rights, and contributing to its growth […]

Opposition Grows to Restrictive Definition of English-speaking Community

MONTREAL, December 16, 2021 – More than three dozen organizations are telling Premier François Legault that his restrictive definition of an historic English-language community is unfair and unacceptable. These groups, from across Quebec and from multiple sectors including arts and culture, education and health and social services have endorsed a resolution opposing the Coalition Avenir […]


Once upon a time in the West, the law was determined by, enforced, and adjudicated by the ruler. But the ruler was not subject to the law. He or she was placed above the law. The ruler was sovereign and considered immune, with a divine source of power… Two things happened. The nobility – which […]


Quebec’s Bill 96, An Act respecting French, the official and common language of Québec would add the following paragraph to the preamble of the Charter of the French Language: “Whereas, in accordance with parliamentary sovereignty, it is incumbent on the Parliament of Québec to confirm the status of French as the official language and the […]