Le coronavirus et le Daily Briefing

Pour aider les Québécoises et les Québécois d’expression anglaise à naviguer à travers la pandémie, le QCGN a créé un Centre de renseignements au temps de la pandémie qui contient de l’information fiable en anglais. Cliquez ici pour accéder à de nouveaux programmes gouvernementaux, des ressources et des outils en ligne.

Le Daily Briefing, un service gratuit de coupures de presse pour les communautés minoritaires d’expression anglaise, diffuse également des nouvelles récentes sur la COVID-19 et ses effets sur les communautés d’expression anglaise. Cliquez ici pour vous inscrire.

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@QCGN

- 1 hour ago

@gharperkelley: My Bill 590 to grant free access to French courses for all Quebecers is a positive approach to bring all of us together to strengthen French. Antoine Dionne Charest wrote this thoughtful opinion piece, the community is part of the solution, not the problem. #polqc #PL590 https://t.co/u6G4yVpBYU
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@QCGN

- 1 hour ago

@CLOduCanada: Profitez de la Journée internationale de l’éducation pour jeter un coup d’œil à la section « Récits » de notre site Web. Découvrez-y le parcours inspirant de plusieurs enseignants et enseignantes de #FLS et #ESL! 📚 ➡️ https://t.co/15QPzah7jo #languesofficielles https://t.co/KLjgyn2L94
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@QCGN

- 1 hour ago

@OCOLCanada: On this International Day of Education, check out the "Storytelling" section of our website and learn about the inspiring journeys of a number of #ESL and #FSL teachers! 📚 ➡️ https://t.co/XsIFdVpJeJ #officiallanguages https://t.co/URrHd9n6mP
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@QCGN

- 2 days ago

We agree that if the government of Quebec wants to strengthen the French language, it should do so in partnership with English-speaking Quebecers, not treat us opponents. Opinion: Include anglos in efforts to boost French https://t.co/oyjaDONGyy
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We must protect French – but not at the expense of Quebec’s English-speaking communities

By Marlene Jennings, president of the Quebec Community Groups Network At the dawn of 2021, English-speaking Quebecers are witnessing the relative language peace we have enjoyed for many years fade. In Ottawa, Official Languages Minister Mélanie Joly has promised to table a white paper as the basis for protecting and promoting French not only outside of […]

Opinion: QCGN to be a crucial, constructive voice in coming debates

By Marlene Jennings  •  Special to Montreal Gazette Let’s protect French without diminishing the vitality and viability of Quebec’s English-speaking communities, which are increasingly fragile. The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) and many English-speaking Quebecers are determined to serve as crucial and constructive voices throughout upcoming debates that are bound to prove emotional and sometimes acrimonious. We […]