Entries by QCGN Communications

QCGN Teams up on Minority Language Issues

Speaking with Paul Karwatsky of CTV Montreal, QCGN President Geoffrey Chambers discusses a cooperation agreement with Francophone communities in New Brunswick and Ontario. The three organizations pledge to work together to promote and protect the rights of official linguistic minority communities. Watch video

Memorandum of Understanding between Acadians in New Brunswick, English-speaking Quebecers and Franco-Ontarians

Ottawa, July 2, 2019 – The Société de l’Acadie du Nouveau-Brunswick (SANB), the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) and the Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario (AFO) have signed a historic memorandum of understanding to protect and promote the language rights of official language minority communities. This partnership is the first of its kind in […]


More than 100 members and stakeholders took part in the 24th annual meeting of the Quebec Community Groups Network on June 15-16. PRESIDENT’S MESSAGEBy Geoffrey Chambers It has been many months since our last edition of Network News and there is much to update you on. Much of QCGN’s advocacy activities of the last months […]

Parents, students left heartbroken as fate of 3 English schools hang in balance

Education Minister Jean-François Roberge pulled the plug on any compromise to save three English-language schools from being transferred to a French school board. The news is shocking, but it’s the way he delivered it that has left hundreds of parents with a bitter taste in their mouth. Geoffrey Chambers, president of the Quebec Community Groups […]

Anglo groups condemn Roberge for making school transfer announcement on French radio

Quebec Community Groups Network President Geoffrey Chambers expresses deep concerns over the decision made by Education Minister Jean-François Roberge’s decision to announce the process of transferring three English schools to the French School Board Commission, stating “”I think we’re entitled to some kind of courtesy and explanation […]Taking away our schools is just not alright. […]