Difficile pour les anglophones de se faire soigner dans leur langue

La Tribune, Gilles Fisette (Sherbrooke) La difficulté qu’ont les anglophones d’obtenir des services de santé dans leur langue préoccupe les institutions de la région. C’est pourquoi l’Université Bishop’s et le […]

La minorité anglophone des Cantons-de-l’Est en arrache

La Tribune, Gilles Fisette(Sherbrooke) La minorité anglophone des Cantons-de-l’Est en arrache. Son avenir est menacé et dépend de la façon dont elle saura résoudre tous les problèmes qu’elle confronte. C’est […]

Senate hearings probe life for Que. anglo minority

CBC News Quebec City anglophones told public hearings held by a senate committee Monday that life as part of Quebec’s English minority can be difficult. The Senate Committee on Official […]

QCGN welcomes Senate Official Language Committee to Quebec

The Quebec Community Groups Network is pleased to welcome the Senate Committee on Official Languages to Quebec as it undertakes a study of the English Official Language Minority Community. Members […]

Can the arts replace factories as an economic engine?

The Record (Sherbrooke), Eleanor Brown   How political — and how threatening — is culture when it’s created by English-speakers in Quebec? And perhaps more importantly, can the arts sustain […]

Action plan for English-speaking seniors – ”We should all pull together”

The Gaspé Spec, Thierry Haroun Percé – The Quebec Community Groups Network recently launched an Action Plan for English-speaking seniors which sets a path for building healthier communities and a […]

QCGN promotes healthy aging for English-speaking seniors

The West Quebec Post, Julie Murray The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) launched an ”Action Plan for English-speaking seniors, August 17. ”Blazing a Trail for Active and Healthy Aging” was […]

Census changes hurt Anglos in Quebec

The Equity, Andrea Cranfield Pontiac – The Canadian Census is a topic that’s been in the public eye a lot in recent months and a topic that many are sick […]

QCGN launches plan for seniors

The Sherbrooke Record, Corrinna Pole The face of the modern family has changed greatly so it should be no surprise that seniiors have also changed and so have the issues […]

QCGN Action Plan promotes healthy aging for our English-speaking seniors

Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph The Quebec Community Groups Network today launched an Action Plan for English-speaking seniors which sets a path for building healthier communities and a brighter futre for our seniors. […]

Quebec plan speaks up for seniors

Anne Sutherland, The Gazette In an ideal world, there would be adequate home care for seniors, tons of fun and challenging activities to keep their minds sharp and bodies in […]

Anglo seniors need better resources: study

CTV Montreal Anglophone seniors in Quebec often feel isolated, much more so than their francophone counterparts, according a study released Tuesday by the Quebec Community Groups Network. The three-year study […]

Letters to the Sports Editor: Are ‘les buts’ worth more than ‘goals’?

The Montreal Gazette, letters to the Sports Editor As a director of an organization that promotes French as a second language across Canada, I appreciated the information that you included […]

Quebec language lobbies fight census change Lack of accurate data could adversely affect how services are provided, they argue

The Montreal Gazette, Monique Muise MONTREAL – Several groups in Quebec have joined the chorus of voices condemning the federal government’s controversial decision to scrap the mandatory long-form census, saying […]

Census: Quebec Community Groups Network supports FCFA in its judicial measures to prevent Census change

The Quebec Community Groups Network is entirely behind the Fédération des communautés francophones et acadienne (FCFA) du Canada in its endeavour to get the federal government to reverse its decision […]