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Study on anglo youth concerns

CTV Montreal, Maya Johnson English-speaking Quebec youth don’t want to leave the province but they find it difficult to function fully in French and don’t feel valued in Quebec society, a new report says. The study, released Thursday by the Quebec Community Groups Network, suggests anglo youth harbour concerns about whether their French is good […]

English-Speaking youth want to contribute fully to Quebec Society

Quebec’s English-speaking youth have a strong desire to remain in and contribute to Quebec, increase their level of bilingualism and feel a valued part of Quebec society. These are some the findings released today in Creating Spaces for Young Quebecers: Strategic Orientations for English-speaking Youth in Quebec, a report that articulates the challenges and priorities […]

Charest talks economy, skirts language

The Chronicle-Telegraph, Scott French During a recent visit to Quebec City, Liberal leader Jean Charest, the man who will most likely continue as Quebec’s premier following the December 8 provincial election, shied away from questions about anglophone representation in the province. […] Anglos currently hold 0.7 per cent of the province’s bureaucratic positions despite representing […]

Anglos are shunned or taken for granted

The Montreal Gazette, Don Macpherson ‘Political parties assume anglos will vote Liberal, so they don’t woo their vote’ For most readers of this column, this federal election campaign has probably been as much fun as high-school dances are for plain girls. […] This was in letters to the leaders of the four parties that elected […]

Anglophone issues largely ignored in this campaign

The Montreal Gazette, Robert Donnelly ”Only the Liberals and Bloc bothered to respond to request for policies” There are many issues in this federal election campaign, and when so many questions are on the table, it can be difficult to get a clear answer on any single one. For English-speaking people across Quebec, there are […]

What say youth?

The Chronicle, Elysha Krupp For Joanna Marchut, 26, the potential of Quebec both economically and artistically can be enhanced if French and English speakers cobined resources. That’s why The Quebec Community Groups Network, in partnership with several member organizations, recently consulted with 300 youth across eight regions of Quebec to pinpoint barriers facing English-speaking youth […]

Editorial: Changes are needed to improve life for anglos

We’ve long suspected that the teenagers and young adult children of anglophone and allophone Quebecers will soon be running much of Canada. But new evidence suggests that that same cohort is not diong so well within Quebec. […] A new ”consultation” with 300 young anglos conducted by the Quebec Community Groups Network has validated some […]

Les jeunes anglos réclament de meilleurs cours de français

La Presse, Martin Croteau Les jeunes anglophones du Québec veulent de meilleurs cours de français. C’est l’une des conclusions d’une conférence organisée, durant le week-end, pour contrer la saignée qui menace des dizaines de petites communautés en région. […] ”Il y a environ 200 000 anglophones dispersés dans les autres régions du Québec, et ces […]