Community Engagement and the Integration of English-speaking Newcomers
In March 2017, the QCGN held its first major conference on how newcomers integrate into Quebec society through our English-speaking communities and institutions. The discussion was a precursor to the work we are undertaking with Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) to reflect on the important role newcomers play in defining our communities and our society as well as the wide-ranging policy challenges and opportunities that arise from integration and ethnocultural diversity.
Conference on Community Engagement and the Integration of English-speaking Newcomers
On March 15th 2017, the QCGN held its first major conference on community engagement and the integration of English-speaking newcomers in Quebec. Sponsored by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC), this pre-forum to the National Metropolis Conference brought together representatives from various sectors and various regions to discuss how immigrants and refugees integrate Quebec society through Quebec’s English-speaking communities and institutions. Over the coming months, we aim to work with IRCC to find innovative ways the department can develop policies, programs, and collaborative initiatives that will help foster the vitality of our English-speaking minority communities through the successful integration of newcomers.
Program – Community Engagement and the Integration of English-speaking Newcomers
"Efforts by Quebec’s anglophone communities and institutions…
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Montreal, March 13, 2017 – On March 15, 2017, the Quebec Community…
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Metropolis Conference: Factors Related to Foreign Student Retention and Integration
Attracting and retaining foreign students was one of the topic discussed at the National Metropolis Conference which brought hundreds of researchers, policy makers, representatives from community and settlement organizations to Montreal in March to share and exchange knowledge and experience in the field of immigration and settlement. At the annual conference, the QCGN sponsored a workshop that aimed to better understand the socioeconomic and linguistic factors that drive foreign English-speaking students to leave Quebec upon completing their studies. The results of two new studies were presented including one by Paul Holley for the Association for Canadian Studies and another by Kareem El-Ass al, Research Associate, Education & Immigration for The Conference Board of Canada.
Canada–Québec Accord relating to Immigration and Temporary Admission of Aliens
This agreement was signed in February 5, 1991 by then Provincial Immigration Minister Monique Gagnon-Tremblay, former Quebec Justice and Canadian Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Gil Rémillard, and former Federal Minister of Employment and Immigration Barbara McDougall – hence sometimes referred to as the “the Gagnon-Tremblay|McDougall Accord”. The accord gives the province exclusive responsibility for selecting immigrants and refugees still residing in their own countries, but wishing to relocate to Quebec.
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