QCGN appears before the Senate Standing Committee on Official Languages

If the Roadmap for Canada’s Linguistic Duality is to be truly effective for the English-speaking community of Quebec, investments here will require a high level of commitment by politicians and […]

New program to defend minority language rights

Canwest News Service, Mike De Souza OTTAWA – The Conservative government has told Canada’s English- and French-speaking minority communities it will create a watchdog panel to defend their language rights […]

Linguistic minority program still in limbo

Canwest News Service, Mike De Souza OTTAWA – A $1.5 million program supporting English and French-speaking minority groups in Canada is still in limbo, nearly a year after it was […]

Biliterate is the new bilingual

The McGill Daily, John Lapsley ‘McGill students’ French stagnates in all-anglo environment’ McGill students seeking to integrate themselves into Quebec culture should strive for biliteracy, not simply bilingualism, according to […]

Encouraging news about young-adult anglos

The Gazette, David Johnston Another stereotype up-ended: Most young anglophones born and raised in Quebec do not want to head off to better-paid pastures elsewhere.This news appeared in statistical form […]

Here to stay: the hip Anglo

The Gazette, David Johnston Ask a couple of twentysomething anglophones like Ryan Bedic and Brian Abraham hot many of their friends have left Quebec and you are likely to draw […]

Brain drain, brain gain

The Gazette, David Johnston Although the anglophone community of Quebec has started to grow again after four decades of decline, concerns about a brain drain continue. The most recent study […]

Economic downturn might keep young anglos here

The Gazette, David Johnston Although political and linguistic uncertainty is receding in Quebec, a new era of economic uncertainty is beginning to take hold. The unfolding new economic downturn has […]

Pearson hears parents out

The Chronicle, Raffy Boudjikanian About sixty parents showed up a lively evening discussion at Macdonald High School focusing on Lester B. Pearson school board’s French-language, special needs and magnet school […]

Anglo youth in QC insecure about French skills, employment: report

The Chronicle-Telegraph, Scott French Anglophone youth in Quebec are insecure about their French language skills, a new report by the Quebec Community Groups Network indicates. According to a Quebec City […]

Les jeunes anglos veulent améliorer leur français

La Presse, Martin Croteau Les jeunes anglophones se sentent exclus de la société québécoise, révèle un rapport financé par le gouvernement fédéral. Pour remédier à la situation, ils réclament de […]

Youth worry about the quality of their French: Written vs. oral. Report recommends student exchanges

The Gazette, David Johnston Young anglophones in Quebec are worried their French isn’t good enough – and community leaders aren’t sure whether this is good news or bad news.A study […]

Study on anglo youth concerns

CTV Montreal, Maya Johnson English-speaking Quebec youth don’t want to leave the province but they find it difficult to function fully in French and don’t feel valued in Quebec society, […]

English-Speaking youth want to contribute fully to Quebec Society

Quebec’s English-speaking youth have a strong desire to remain in and contribute to Quebec, increase their level of bilingualism and feel a valued part of Quebec society. These are some […]

Charest talks economy, skirts language

The Chronicle-Telegraph, Scott French During a recent visit to Quebec City, Liberal leader Jean Charest, the man who will most likely continue as Quebec’s premier following the December 8 provincial […]