Working Papers on English Language Institutions in Quebec
This project was designed to provide a resource for Quebec's English-speaking community and others who feel the need for information about themselves and those institutions usually identified as "English". The decision that such a resource was needed was based on both objective and subjective criteria. Objectively, the English-speaking population of Quebec is, and always has been, an unstable one; that is, large numbers of English-speaking people have always been among those moving to and from the province, Ieaving behind a relatively small core of their fellows with deep roots in Quebec. This high turn-over in population has affected the continuity of the English-speaking community. Such a state of fluidity has made it difficult to evolve a distinctive English-speaking cultural identity with Quebec as its focal point. On the other hand, it has Ied to a discontinuity in the knowledge of our economic, political and cultural role in Quebec. Hence, the need for a resource such as this.
Alliance Quebec (AQ)
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Working Papers on English Language Institutions in Quebec. Alliance Quebec (AQ), March 1982.
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