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Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages

Bâtir des ponts : perceptions et réalités à propos des communautés d’expression anglaise du Québec et leur relation avec le français au Québec et le bilinguisme au Canada

Le Commissariat aux langues officielles publie un rapport détaillant les réalités socio-économiques et linguistiques de la communauté anglophone du Québec. Le QCGN se réjouit que ce rapport contribue à éloigner la communauté anglophone moderne des vieux stéréotypes. Lire le rapport ici

Déclaration du QCGN concernant le projet de loi 15 et le recours au bâillon 

Montréal, le 8 décembre 2023 – Comme prévu, le gouvernement Legault impose le bâillon pour faire adopter à toute vapeur son projet de loi 15, un projet lourd et complexe, qui bouleversera le réseau de la santé et des services sociaux du Québec. Ce faisant, le gouvernement de la Coalition Avenir Québec fait un pied […]

QCGN Statement on Bill 15 and Closure 

Montreal – December 8, 2023 – As predicted, the Legault government is imposing closure to ram through its massive, complex Bill 15 that will upend Quebec’s health- and social-services network. In so doing, the Coalition Avenir Québec government is thumbing its nose at the thousands of Quebecers who have raised significant concerns about this ill-thought-out […]

Brief – Expert Panel on Language of Work and Service in Federally Regulated Private Businesses

By The Honourable Marlene Jennings, P.C. President, and Kevin Shaar, Vice-President Canada has two official languages and two official language minorities. In its recent paper on official languages, English and French: Towards a Substantive Equality of Official Languages in Canada, the Government of Canada makes a legislative proposal to increase the use of French in […]

QCGN Analysis – English and French: Towards the substantive equality of official languages in Canada

On Friday, February 19, 2021, the Government of Canada released its policy paper on reforming the federal approach to Canada’s Official Languages. The government’s guiding paper builds on six themes: 1. The recognition of linguistic dynamics in the provinces and territories and existing rights regarding Indigenous languages; 2. The willingness to provide opportunities for learning […]

Français et anglais : vers une égalité réelle des langues officielles au Canada

Plus que jamais, le temps est venu de faire le point sur la situation linguistique au Canada, de prendre acte de l’évolution des langues officielles depuis plus de 50 ans et d’agir afin de relever les défis auxquels elles sont confrontées. Le temps est venu d’offrir une vision modernisée de notre dualité linguistique et de […]

Working Together to Strengthen the Voice of English-speaking Quebec

Report on Interviews with Key Community Leaders, October 2020 A quarter of a century ago, the Quebec Community Groups Network was founded with a mandate to build the understanding and cooperation needed to develop strong, reasoned policy to ensure sustainable growth for English-speaking Quebec. During a strategic planning exercise in 2013, the membership approved an […]

2019-2020 Annual Report – QCGN Sharpens Focus on Mission and Vision

This past year – our 25th anniversary – has proven pivotal for the QCGN. While consistently at the forefront of public policy debates, we have simultaneously been taking important steps to strengthen our capacity as an effective and representative advocate for Quebec’s diverse English-speaking community. Education has been a hot topic. We have repeatedly defended our […]

Vision, vitalité et viabilité : Rapport sur la tournée de consultation du Secrétariat aux relations avec les Québécois d’expression anglaise

Au mois de mars 2020, le Quebec Community Groups Network a préparé un rapport sur la consultation « d’établissement de liens » de l’automne 2019 du Secrétariat aux relations avec les Québécois d’expression anglaise organisé par la Coalition Avenir Québec. Voir le rapport complet

Mémoire du Quebec Community Groups Network CGN à la Commission de la culture et de l’éducation Consultations particulières sur le projet de loi 40 : Loi modifiant principalement la Loi sur l’instruction publique relativement à l’organisation et à la gouvernance scolaires

Le Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) n’a pas été invité à comparaître devant la Commission dans le cadre de ses consultations particulières sur le projet de loi 40. Néanmoins, le QCGN soumet le présent mémoire à la Commission. En plus d’offrir un enseignement d’excellente qualité aux élèves, les écoles publiques anglophones ont pour mission de […]

Factum of the Intervener Quebec Community groups Network

Read QCGN’s legal factum on the Supreme Court of Canada case of Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique v. British Columbia, at Read more

Poll: English-Speaking Quebecers: Views on Governance

What do English-speaking Quebecers think about the current state of affairs in their home province? This five-part study is based on one of the largest opinion surveys to date of Quebec English-speakers. Conducted by Léger Marketing for the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), the Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC), the Quebec English School […]

Poll – English-speaking Quebecers Views on School Boards

What do English-speaking Quebecers think about the current state of affairs in their home province? This five-part study is based on one of the largest surveys of opinion conducted to-date of Quebec English-speakers.  Conducted by Léger Marketing for the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), the Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC), the Quebec English […]

Priority Setting Steering Committee Phase II Recommendations to the Department of Canadian Heritage

Phase II report on the Priority setting Steering Committee Recommendations to the Department of Canadian Heritage written in November 2018.   Read here

QCGN Social Media Guidelines

Social media has changed the way we communicate. Increasingly, our community learns about the Quebec Community Groups Network on Facebook and Twitter. It’s where our community and our critics leave their comments, applaud, and sometimes condemn our work. It’s an important, interactive communications tool that we must learn to harness and use strategically. Read more