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What say youth?

The Chronicle, Elysha Krupp

For Joanna Marchut, 26, the potential of Quebec both economically and artistically can be enhanced if French and English speakers cobined resources.

That’s why The Quebec Community Groups Network, in partnership with several member organizations, recently consulted with 300 youth across eight regions of Quebec to pinpoint barriers facing English-speaking youth in the region.

Around 100 young English-speakers from all over the province discussed the findings as well as strategic solutions on how to better serve Quebec’s English-speakers at a provincial youth forum held Sept. 27. Read more…

Young people discuss young people challenges

The Sherbrooke Record

A hundred English-speaking youth from across the province will meet this weekend at Concordia University to discuss the challenges facing young people in Quebec, review the findings of recent consultations held across the province and develop recommendations for the future of Quebec’s English-speaking communities.

The GÉNÉRATION Youth Forum, organized by the Quebec Community Groups Network Youth Standing Committee, will be held on Saturday and Sunday at Concordia University. This event will be attedded by youths aged 18 to 29 from across Quebec and leaders from the English-speaking community. Read more…