A Community Dialogue about Immigration and Retention of Newcomers to the English-speaking Communities of Quebec

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The English-speaking community of Quebec faces many challenges, but one of the most significant is renewal. This report notes that immigrants have always played an important role in the vitality of English-speaking Quebec and that our community values the diversity arising from immigration.

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Collective Rights and the Declining Vitality of the English-speaking Communities of Quebec

This research paper by Richard Y. Bourhis (Université du Québec à Montréal) and Pierre Foucher (Faculty of Law, Université d’Ottawa) for the Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities (CIRLM) concludes that key elements of Bill 103 modifying the Quebec Charter of Rights and Freedoms and further restricting access to English schools do not respect the legitimate institutions of the English speaking communities of Quebec.

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Blazing a Trail for Active and Healthy Aging: An Action Plan for Quebec’s English-speaking Seniors

Stemming form QCGN’s Strategic Plan, this action plan identifies ways to improve the living conditions of English-speaking seniors in Quebec. It aims to increase awareness of existing resources available to English-speaking Quebec and to promote intercommunity and interinstitutional collaboration.

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Assessing the English-speaking Community’s Capacity to Access Arts, Culture, and Heritage in Nine Regions of Quebec

Generated by the QCGN this report was intended as a stepping-stone towards actions that foster identity-building and a sense of belonging within Canada’s official language minority communities, and promoting the contribution of arts, culture and heritage to the sustainable development of official language minority communities.

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Canadian Diversity Magazine: The Deep Diversity of English-speaking Quebecers

The Association for Canadian Studies produces its spring 2010 issue of Canadian Diversity in cooperation with the QCGN. The magazine invited several of the province’s minority language community leaders as well as a number of Quebec’s leading thinkers on issues of diversity within the English-speaking community to share ideas, insights and research on the subject.

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Building upon Change and Diversity within the English-speaking Communities of the Greater Montreal Region: Pursuing Shared Development

POLICY DIALOGUE: Reviewing Key Policies in View of the Development, Challenges & Priorities of English-speaking Quebec and Identifying Preliminary Policy Gaps Requiring Community and Government Exploration, Attention and Collaboration

Creating Spaces for Young Quebecers: Strategic Orientations for English-speaking Youth in Quebec

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