Couillard government has taken anglophone decline to heart, group says

QUEBEC — Representatives of Quebec’s English-speaking community are welcoming news the Quebec and federal governments are having a fresh look at ways to deal with the decline and fragile future of rural minorities.

“I’ve never seen a letter quite like this, which appears to address and recognize some of the concerns we have been talking about over a period of time,” James Shea, president of the Quebec Community Groups Network, said in a phone interview.

“They’ve taken things to heart. There is no question there is a sense of isolation in our more senior community. We do have a generation which is pretty much unilingual English-speaking.”

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