This statistical profile of artists in Official Language Minority Communities (OLMCs) was produced by the Research team of the Official‐Language Support Programs Branch of Canadian Heritage.
This is the official agreement for collaboration between the between the Official Languages Support Programs (OLSP) at the Department of Canadian Heritage (PCH), represented by the Minister of Canadian Heritage, and the English-speaking Community of Quebec, represented by the Quebec Community Groups Network, the official interlocutor of the community with PCH.
This report, replete with useful recommendations, followed a study by the Senate Committee on the realities of English-speaking communities in Quebec, particularly the various aspects affecting their development and vitality (e.g., community development, education, youth, arts and culture, health).
This report of the Standing Committee on Official Languages concludes that immigration is an important development tool for Official Language Minority Communities because it provides for the demographic resourcing while contributing invaluable human, sociocultural and economic capital for communities.
In this brief presented to the Minister of Education, Sports and Recreation, the Advisory Board on English Education investigates what type of education is appropriate to enable English-speaking Quebecers to be active participants in society, whether within Quebec or in the world, in the 21st century? It states that there is still need for more adaptation and improvement in the services that the English-language schools offer to their students.
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