Anglophones question Québec Liberal leader on issues

“The Liberal party is stronger because we represent everybody,” says Quebec Liberal Party Leader Dominique Anglade during a virtual town hall hosted by the Quebec Community Groups Network. Read more

QCGN looking to inform voters, party leaders in lead up to election

With Quebecers poised to go to the polls Oct. 3 to elect the next provincial government, the leadership of the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) takes steps to ensure that English-speaking voters know where the different parties stand on issues of concern. Read more

QCGN HOSTS VIRTUAL TOWN HALL WITH DOMINIQUE ANGLADE

The Quebec Community Groups Network last night hosted a virtual town hall with Quebec Liberal Party Leader Dominique Anglade. This online forum provided Quebecers an opportunity to ask questions and convey their concerns to her ahead of the Oct. 3 provincial election. Read more

QCGN “Meet the Leaders” Town Hall: Dominique Anglade, Quebec Liberal Party

The Quebec Community Groups Network hosts a series of virtual town halls with provincial party leaders ahead of the 2022 provincial election. The purpose of this series is to discuss electoral issues of importance to English-speaking Quebecers and our community’s place in Quebec. The first guest in this series is Quebec Liberal Party Leader Dominique […]

Liberals would be more inclusive, Anglade tells anglo town hall

The Quebec Liberal Party would take a more inclusive approach to governing than has been done by the Coalition Avenir Québec, said party leader Dominique Anglade during the virtual town hall hosted by the QCGN yesterday evening. She added that while the CAQ government went too far with several controversial aspects included in Bills 96 […]

OPEN LETTER: Upcoming election crucial for English-speaking community

The QCGN submits an open letter titled “Upcoming election crucial for English-speaking community.” Read more

Have a question for Dominique Anglade? Here’s your chance

The QCGN kicks off its series of virtual town halls with Quebec’s provincial leaders this evening at 7 p.m., starting with Quebec Liberal Party Leader Dominique Anglade. Read more

Quebec community groups say election will be “pivotal” for Anglophones

QCGN interim president Eva Ludvig speaks with CBC’s Sudha Krishnan about the recent report by Statistics Canada, showing some growth within Quebec’s English-speaking community, as well as the upcoming provincial election. Read more

QCGN Election Platform

QCGN interim president Eva Ludvig joins Global News’ Andrea Howick to discuss the organization’s platform for the Quebec election, and the questions it is posing to the provincial party leaders. Read more

New census data showing French ‘in danger’ spurs debate ahead of Quebec election

The vitality of the English-speaking community in Quebec should be celebrated, says QCGN interim president Eva Ludvig. “We don’t see ourselves as a threat to Quebec, we see ourselves as an ally to the French language — we support it, we learn it, we use it,” she says. “But just because we want our identity […]

Census shows slight decline of French-speakers in Quebec, reviving fears about the language’s survival

Though many are alarmed by the decline of the proportion of French-speakers in Canada reported in yesterday’s analysis by Statistics Canada, some in Quebec’s English-speaking community are pleased to see the proportion of Anglophones in Quebec on the rise. Between 2016 and 2021, the proportion of English-speaking Quebecers rose from 12 to 13 per cent. […]

New Census data show Quebec’s Anglophone population making a recovery from the exodus of the 1970s and 80s

“It really is a celebration,” says QCGN interim president Eva Ludvig on the rise in the population of English-speaking Quebecers reported in an analysis by Statistics Canada, a sign of recovery from the exodus of the 1970s and 80s. Read more

Hanes: Coming election more important than ever for anglos: QCGN

It is more important than ever before for English-speaking Quebecers to get out and vote in the upcoming provincial election, says Eva Ludvig, interim president of the QCGN. Though some in the English-speaking community may be feeling discouraged after four years of “assault” from the Coalition Avenir Québec government, Ludvig continues: “There are about 40 […]

Un premier revers pour Québec devant les tribunaux

Quebec Superior Court Justice Chantal Corriveau ordered on Friday that two articles in Bill 96 which require all legal documents of corporations be translated into French be temporarily suspended. Eva Ludvig, interim president of the QCGN, says that this change is welcomed: “Since the tabling of Bill 96, we have always said that elements contravened […]

STAY GRANTED IN FIRST COURT CHALLENGE TO BILL 96

August 12, 2022 – Earlier today, Justice Chantal Corriveau of the Superior Court of Quebec handed down her judgment regarding a stay on the legal translation obligations of Bill 96, An Act respecting French, the official and common language of Québec. In her decision, Justice Corriveau granted the stay – i.e. a legal ‘pause’ – […]