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Large consensus Around the Protection of the French Language

Eight of every 10 Quebecers surveyed consider that the French language needs to be protected in Quebec. Among non-francophones, 42 per cent agree.

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Legault singles out English media for poll showing fear in anglophones

A new poll commissioned by the Quebec Community Groups Network and conducted by Leger shows anglophones and allophones are more worried than francophones about contracting COVID-19. When asked why he thinks angolphones fear catching the virus more than francophones, Legault suggested English media coverage may be to blame. Read more 

Let’s Talk Media Survey

Montreal – Your media want to hear from you! The Alliance of Official Languages Minority Media (AMM) is pleased to launch a survey on the media consumption habits of English-speaking communities.

The survey seeks to evaluate the satisfaction and expectations of these communities with their print, radio and television media, and its ultimate goal is to help these media offer content that best meets the expectations of their respective audiences.

The AMM has retained Léger Marketing to conduct telephone surveys as well as process survey responses gathered via the Web. People who wish to participate in the survey can do so online at www.letstalkmedia.ca. The survey promotion and participant recruitment campaign will continue until January 23, 2011.

Participate in surveys about Seniors!

Thank you for those of you who replied to the QCGN Surveys about Seniors!

If you did not reply yet, you have until January 31st to submit your answers. For more information, please contact Valerie Glover-Drolet at 514 868-9044, ext. 258 or at valerie.glover-drolet@qcgn.ca

 

In order to tackle actions that need to be taken for English-speaking seniors of Quebec, the QCGN has developed a pilot project within the Soutien aux initiatives visant le respect des aînés program (SIRA) focusing on Montreal, Townships, Outaouais until March 2011 and the rest of Quebec starting April 2011 based on “Blazing a Trail for Active and Healthy Aging – An Action Plan for Quebec’s English-speaking Seniors (2010-2015)”. This document can be downloaded on the QCGN website: /library/

From this action plan, the QCGN is now in the process of collecting data that will lead to targeted initiatives. We invite you/your organization to fill out the following surveys. For any further questions about this project, please contact Valerie Glover-Drolet.

 

1. FOR ORGANIZATIONS AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS

Based on the “Blazing a Trail for Active and Healthy Aging – An Action Plan for Quebec’s English-speaking Seniors” (2010-2015), 9 issues have been identified as potential priorities for Seniors. The following survey will help us determine which ones of the 9 issues should be targeted for the creation of strategies.

We request that all organizations respond to this to allow us to develop overarching strategy (inclusive). This will give us a global overview of your region and clientele.
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HTLQCFL

 

FOR INDIVIDUALS IN YOUR COMMUNITY

We request that INDIVIDUALS respond to this to allow us to develop overarching strategy (inclusive).

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HRYLJC3

 

Surveys about priorities for Seniors

In order to tackle actions that need to be taken for English-speaking seniors of Quebec, the QCGN has developed a pilot project within the Soutien aux initiatives visant le respect des aînés program (SIRA) focusing on Montreal, Townships, Outaouais until March 2011 and the rest of Quebec starting April 2011 based on “Blazing a Trail for Active and Healthy Aging – An Action Plan for Quebec’s English-speaking Seniors (2010-2015)”. This document can be downloaded on the QCGN website: /library/

From this action plan, the QCGN is now in the process of collecting data that will lead to targeted initiatives. We invite you/your organization to fill out the following surveys. For any further questions about this project, please contact Valerie Glover-Drolet.

 

1. FOR ORGANIZATIONS AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS

Based on the “Blazing a Trail for Active and Healthy Aging – An Action Plan for Quebec’s English-speaking Seniors” (2010-2015), 9 issues have been identified as potential priorities for Seniors. The following survey will help us determine which ones of the 9 issues should be targeted for the creation of strategies.

We request that all organizations respond to this to allow us to develop overarching strategy (inclusive). This will give us a global overview of your region and clientele.
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HTLQCFL

 

FOR INDIVIDUALS IN YOUR COMMUNITY

We request that INDIVIDUALS respond to this to allow us to develop overarching strategy (inclusive).

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/HRYLJC3