Working Together to Strengthen the Voice of English-speaking Quebec : Report on Interviews with Key Community Leaders

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Working Together to Strengthen the Voice of English-speaking Quebec : Report on Interviews with Key Community Leaders
Abstract
A quarter of a century ago, the Quebec Community Groups Network was founded with a mandate to build the understanding and cooperation needed to develop strong, reasoned policy to ensure sustainable growth for English-speaking Quebec. During a strategic planning exercise in 2013, the membership approved an updated mission: The QCGN is a centre of evidence-based expertise and collective action on the strategic issues affecting the development and vitality of English-speaking Quebec. The mission and actions of the QCCN support our Network’s vision that English-speaking Quebec is a diverse, confident, recognized, and respected national linguistic minority that actively participates in and contributes to the social, economic, cultural, and political life of Quebec and Canadian society.
Date
October, 2020
Pages
26
Language
en
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Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN). Working Together to Strengthen the Voice of English-Speaking Quebec : Report on Interviews with Key Community Leaders, October 2020.
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Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN)

Founded:
1995

Constituents:
English-speaking member organizations, individuals, community groups, institutions and leaders in the province of Quebec

Website:
https://qcgn.ca/

Activities:  
Providing opportunities for networking, dialogue and collaboration among its constituents; offering evidence-based expertise and producing studies and briefs; local projects; advocating for community vitality initiatives

Former Name:
none