Brief Presented to la commission des états généraux sur la situation et l'avenir de la langue française au Québec

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Brief Presented to la commission des états généraux sur la situation et l'avenir de la langue française au Québec
Abstract
The English Speaking Catholic Council is a registered non-profit organization, made up of men and women from both the public and private sectors – all volunteers – who come together with a commitment to support and speak on behalf of their community in the fields of social justice, education, health and social services, and culture. In this year 2001, designated by the United Nations as the “International Year of Dialogue Among Civilizations”, the English Speaking Catholic Council comes before the Estates General with the hope of stimulating greater dialogue and understanding in a spirit of mutual respect among all people in Quebec.
Date
March 1, 2001
Pages
21
Language
en
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Citation
English Speaking Catholic Council. Brief Presented to La Commission Des États Généraux Sur La Situation et l’avenir de La Langue Française Au Québec, March 1, 2001.
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English Speaking Catholic Council (ESCC)

Founded:
1981

Constituents:
English-speaking Catholic community of Greater Montreal

Website:
https://www.catholiccouncil.ca/

Activities:
Community events to develop a sense of community identity and common purpose; activities to encourage development of leadership in the community; assist in coordinating human resources and to ensure effective representation before government bodies and on various boards, committees and councils

Former Name:
none