Brief on Building Local Health and Social Services Networks in Montreal

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Title
Brief on Building Local Health and Social Services Networks in Montreal
Abstract
The ESCC was formed in 1980 as a focal point for coordinating community activities among English-speaking Roman Catholics in Montreal and later across all Quebec. In keeping with the mission of the Church and with its teachings on the role of the laity in the modern world, the English Speaking Catholic Council acts in the fields of education, health and social services, social justice and culture to build a sense of community identity and common purpose. We encourage the development of leadership in the community and assist in coordinating human resources in community-based institutions and we endeavour to ensure effective representation before government bodies and on various boards, committees and councils.
Institution
English Speaking Catholic Council
Date
April 7, 2004
Pages
7
Language
en
Rights
You are not authorized to use or reproduce this work for any commercial purpose or to further distribute, perform, or alter works in any way without express permission of the owner of the copyright or proxy.
Citation
Allmand, Warren. Brief on Building Local Health and Social Services Networks in Montreal. English Speaking Catholic Council, April 7, 2004.
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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