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Youth push for anglo school funding

The Low Down

English-speaking youths have a strong sense of attachment to Quebec and to the English-speaking community and they wish to remain in the province. But to do so they require strong schools and strong communities.

”English-speaking schools are critical in forming our identity,” said Nicola Johnston, co-chair of the Quebec Community Groups Network’s Youth Standing Committee. ”They are also important centres of our community.” Read more…

English-speaking community must have a say

The Pontiac Journal, Marion Standish

The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) believes the recent Supreme Court ruling on Bill 104 is a fair decision for the province of Quebec. This gives the provincial government a second chance to draft legislature that will work with all stakeholders including the English-speaking community. A reasonable compromise between the goals of protecting the French language and preserving the vitality of English schools should be achievable. We ask that the QCGN be included in the process.

The health of our schools and school boards has a profound impact on English-speaking Quebec. It has a direct impact on the economic vitality of the province. English schools must be guaranteed the resources they need to survive even when their numbers begin to dwindle.