New web portal for English-speaking youth

The Low Down

Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) recently announced that it is seeking submissions for a new web portal for English-speaking Quebec youth. The portal, developed in partnership with the Canadian Broadcast Corporation, is designed to provide English-speaking youth with an online forum and place to connect with others and share resources.

The website will include information and resources on all Quebec regions. ”This website will be a great first step in reaching out to English-speaking youth all over the province”, said Shawna Dunbar, co-chair of the QCGN Youth Standing Committee. Read more…

New online resource set up for Anglo youth: Information needed for empowerment

The Sherbrooke Record

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), a not-for-profit bringing together English language community organizations across the province, is seeking submissions for a new web-portal for English-speaking youth.

The portal, developed in partnership with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, is designed to provide English-speaking youth with an online forum and a place to connect with one another and share resources from all Quebec regions.

“This website will be a great first step in reaching out to English-speaking youth all over the province,” said Shawna Dunbar, co-chair of the QCGN Youth Standing Committee. Read more…



The Roadmap for Canada’s linguistic duality 2008-2013 : A Promising Initiative for the English-speaking Communities of Quebec

MONTREAL – June 20, 2008 – Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), a not-for-profit organization bringing together 29 English language community organizations across Quebec, said today that following a preliminary review, it is pleased with the Government of Canada’s official language plan, Roadmap for Canada’s Linguistic Duality 2008-2013. English-speaking Quebecers are one of the two, national linguistic minorities recognized in Canada and the largest linguistic minority within a linguistic minority in the country. Read more…