QCGN proposes paradigm shift in relations between English minority and French majority

Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph In its brief to the Committee on Culture and Education looking at Bill 103, the Quebec Community Groups Network proposes a paradigm shift in the relations between the English minority and French majority in Quebec. The QCGN is proposing two fundamental shifts in perspective to help Quebec society move through the social and […]

Proposition d’un virage dans les relations entre la minorité anglophone et la majorité francophone du Québec

The Equity Québec – Dans son mémoire présenté à la Commission de la culture et de l’éducation sur le projet de loi 103, le Quebec Community Groups Network propose d’amorcer un virage dans les relations entre la minorité anglophone et la majorité francophone au Québec.  Le QCGN suggère deux changements de vision fondamentaux qui permettraient […]

Proposition d’un virage dans les relations entre la minorité anglophone et la majorité francophone du Québec

The Equity Québec – Dans son mémoire présenté à la Commission de la culture et de l’éducation sur le projet de loi 103, le Quebec Community Groups Network propose d’amorcer un virage dans les relations entre la minorité anglophone et la majorité francophone au Québec.  Le QCGN suggère deux changements de vision fondamentaux qui permettraient […]

QCGN proposes shift in relations between English minority and French majority

Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph In its brief to the Committee on Culture and Education looking at Bill 103, the Quebec Community Groups Network proposes a paradigm shift in the relations between the English minority and French majority in Quebec. The QCGN is proposing two fundamental shifts in perspective to help Quebec society move through the social and […]

Paterson, Bolam and Walling honoured for contributions to English-speaking Quebec

Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph The Quebec Community Groups Network is pleased to announce the winners of the second annual Sheila and Victor Goldbloom Distinguished Community Service Award which celebrates individuals who have gone above and beyond in contributing to the vitality and understanding of English-speaking Quebec. This year’s laureates are lawyer and longtime community volunter Alex Paterson, […]

QCGN proposes paradigm shift in relations beween English minority and French majority

The Gaspé Spec, Thierry Haroun ”Let us leave behin ‘us versus them’ thinking” In its brief presented recently to the Committee on Culture and Education looking into Bill 103, the Quebec Community Groups Netwotk (QCGN) proposed a paradigm shift in the relations between the English minority and French majority i Quebec.  Facts and arguments with […]

QCGN awards two for contributions to strengthening English-speaking Quebec

The Sherbrooke Record A former Bishop’s University chancellor, a theatre icon and a health care activist have been chosen to receive this year’s second annual Sheila and Victor Goldbloom Distinguished Community Service Award. Named in honour of active citizens and volunteers Victor and Sheila Goldbloom – one of the few couples ever to receive both […]

Quebec should rethink its relationship with anglophones Bill 103 would be a good place to start this new outlook

The Montreal Gazette, Linda Leith It’s time for Quebec to rethink its relationship with its English-speaking minority. That’s the message the Quebec Community Groups Network delivered to the National Assembly’s public hearings on Bill 103 this month. English-speaking Quebecers are not a threat to the majority. Au contraire, English-speaking Quebecers have made -and continue to […]

Quebec should rethink its relationship with anglophones Bill 103 would be a good place to start this new outlook

The Montreal Gazette, Linda Leith It’s time for Quebec to rethink its relationship with its English-speaking minority. That’s the message the Quebec Community Groups Network delivered to the National Assembly’s public hearings on Bill 103 this month. English-speaking Quebecers are not a threat to the majority. Au contraire, English-speaking Quebecers have made -and continue to […]

QCGN awards two for contributions to strengthening English-speaking Quebec

The Sherbrooke Record A former Bishop’s University chancellor, a theatre icon and a health care activist have been chosen to receive this year’s second annual Sheila and Victor Goldbloom Distinguished Community Service Award. Named in honour of active citizens and volunteers Victor and Sheila Goldbloom – one of the few couples ever to receive both […]

Alex K. Paterson, Elsa Bolam et Richard Walling, honorés pour leurs contributions exceptionnelles à la vitalité du Québec d’expression anglaise

Le Quebec Community Groups Network est heureux d’annoncer les gagnants de la deuxième édition du prix Sheila and Victor Goldbloom Distinguished Community Service Award, qui rend hommage aux personnes qui ont apporté une contribution exceptionnelle à la vitalité et à la compréhension des communautés d’expression anglaise du Québec. Les lauréats de cette année sont : […]

Alex K. Paterson, Elsa Bolam and Richard Walling honoured for outstanding contributions to the vitality of English-speaking Quebec

The Quebec Community Groups Network is pleased to announce the winners of the second annual Sheila and Victor Goldbloom Distinguished Community Service Award which celebrates individuals who have gone above and beyond in contributing to the vitality and understanding of English-speaking Quebec. This year’s laureates are lawyer and longtime community volunteer Alex K. Paterson, theatre […]

Committee on Official Languages meets to discuss future of English in Quebec

Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, Paul Murphy Dialogue was a powerful and hopeful force during the week of September 13-17 as the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) and Senate Committee on Official Languages of Quebec came together in Quebec City, Sherbrooke and Montreal to discuss concerns of communities faced with minority language rights. The meetings, which included a […]

Committee on Official Languages meets to discuss future of English in Quebec

Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph, Paul Murphy Dialogue was a powerful and hopeful force during the week of September 13-17 as the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) and Senate Committee on Official Languages of Quebec came together in Quebec City, Sherbrooke and Montreal to discuss concerns of communities faced with minority language rights. The meetings, which included a […]

Le QCGN propose un un virage dans les relations entre la minorité anglophone et la majorité francophone du Québec

    Dans son mémoire présenté à la Commission de la culture et de l’éducation sur le projet de loi 103, le Quebec Community Groups Network propose d’amorcer un virage dans les relations entre la minorité anglophone et la majorité francophone au Québec.  Le QCGN suggère deux changements de vision fondamentaux qui permettraient à la […]