QUESCREN Brief: The Importance of the University Research Ecosystem for Quebec's English-speaking Official Language Minority Community

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QUESCREN Brief: The Importance of the University Research Ecosystem for Quebec's English-speaking Official Language Minority Community
Abstract
This brief calls on the upcoming federal Action Plan for Official Languages to enhance support for research on Quebec’s English-speaking official language minority community (OLMC) and for what we call the “ecosystem” required for the production of this research. As such, the brief addresses the following guiding principle of the Action Plan consultations, as stated on the official website: “to strengthen our support in order to foster the development of Canada’s rich and numerous official language minority communities.”
Institution
Quebec English-speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN)
Date
August, 2022
Pages
16
Language
en
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Citation
O’Donnell, Lorraine. QUESCREN Brief: The Importance of the University Research Ecosystem for Quebec’s English-Speaking Official Language Minority Community. Quebec English-speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN), August 2022.
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Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN)

Founded:
2008

Constituents:
People seeking information on English-speaking Quebec; members of QUESCREN’s networks (Inter-Level Educational Table, researcher-members, etc.)

Website:
https://www.concordia.ca/artsci/scpa/quescren.html

Activities:
Mobilizing knowledge; researching and publishing; networking the English-language education sector and a researcher-member group; managing multi-partner community-based research and development projects; training students

Former Names:
none