Rectifying the misrepresentation of Alliance Quebec

Writing in The Suburban, William Johnson says he wants to correct the historical record regarding the circumstances under which Alliance Quebec broke apart. Johnson, a national columnist for The Montreal Gazette in 1998, provides his perspective on the circumstances following Quebec’s 1995 referendum that led him to launch what he calls “a hostile takeover” of Alliance Quebec.

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La fin des services publics en anglais?

Le président du QCGN, Geoffrey Chambers, dénonce les changements prévus aux règlements annoncés par le ministre responsable de la langue française, Simon Jolin-Barrette. Geoffrey Chambers dit que ce type de modification est discriminatoire et que ça ne peut que diviser les communautés d’expression anglaise et française.

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CAQ targets newcomers with more restrictions on access to English services

Newcomers and others deemed to not be part of the “historic English-speaking community” will see drastic cuts to services provided in English. QCGN President Geoffrey Chambers criticizes new language restrictions suggested by Simon Jolin-Barrette, Minister responsible for French language. 

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Disruption within the Quebec Community Groups Network

QCGN President Geoffrey Chambers sat down with Global Montreal’s Elysia Bryan Baynes to discuss the resignation of member organizations.

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English language arts network leaves anglo umbrella group

English Language Arts Network Executive Director Guy Rodgers explains why the organization resigned from the QCGN.

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More defections at Quebec’s anglophone lobby QCGN

The English Language Arts Network (ELAN) becomes the latest member to quit the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN). At least 11 member groups have left, The Montreal Gazette reports.

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Anglo lobby president accuses CAQ of ‘engineering’ defections

The Coalition Avenir Québec and the Secretariat for Relations with English-speaking Quebecers are contributing to internal strife with member organizations, said QCGN President Geoffrey Chambers.

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Legault nie vouloir déstabiliser un groupe anglophone

Aux prises avec une importante crise interne, le Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) a accusé lundi le gouvernement caquiste de mener une campagne «clandestine» pour le «déstabiliser».

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Un réseau d’organismes anglophones accuse Québec de chercher à le diviser

Le président du Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) allègue que l’adjoint parlementaire du premier ministre pour les relations avec les Québécois d’expression anglaise, Christopher Skeete, encourage les organismes membres du réseau à le quitter ou à désavouer ses positions s’ils souhaitent conserver leur financement public.

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Quebec anglophone group accuses government of working to undermine it

Geoffrey Chambers, President of The Quebec Community Groups Network, the umbrella organization representing English-speaking community groups in Quebec, accused the provincial government of trying to undermine the organization. Quebec Premier François Legault dismissed the allegations, as being “completely false.”

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