It’s time for a liaison office in Quebec City

“It has been an unexpectedly tumultuous couple of years for Quebec’s anglophone community.”

During an historic meeting with Premier Philippe Couillard last week a QCGN delegation had the opportunity to address the needs and priorities of Quebec’s English-speaking community with the highest level of government. In an editorial published online this morning, the Montreal Gazette states that the time is ripe to create a liaison office in Quebec City that would inform government policy and proactively head off the kind of collateral damage to English-speakers’ interests seen in recent legislation on health and education. This proposal, which had been promoted by outgoing Commissioner of Official Languages Graham Fraser, has been the subject of ongoing debate within the QCGN.

Read the Montreal Gazette editorial.
View the press coverage about our historic meeting with the Premier
Read more about previous interventions on the subject from March 2016April 2016 and Feburary 2015.