Tag Archive for: English-Language Education

Coalition Avenir Quebec’s outrageous tuition policy hurts all Quebecers

The Quebec Community Groups Network is alarmed that a recent move by the government of Premier François Legault to hike tuition fees for out-of-province students will spur young English-speaking Quebecers to leave the province. And it will stop talented young people in other provinces and beyond from coming here.

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Bill 40 struck down

After several years of defeat, Quebec Superior Court Judge Lussier’s ruling on Bill 40 is a hopeful drip of optimism for English rights in Quebec, says QCGN President Eva Ludvig.

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Bill 40 Violates Education Rights of Quebec’s English-speaking Minority Community, Superior Court Justice Rules

The Quebec Community Groups Network applauds a landmark Quebec Superior Court decision that strongly affirms the Constitutional minority language educational rights of Canadians.

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Anglos deplore CAQ’s naming of education deputy without consultations

The English education community is hopping mad that the Coalition Avenir Québec government has named a new assistant deputy minister responsible for the anglophone system without consulting it.

It’s the second time in two months the government has ruffled the feathers of the English-speaking community.

Earlier in January, the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) denounced the government’s decision to restructure the provincial access committee that for decades has been monitoring where, when and how health and social services are delivered to English-speakers across the province.

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