Decline and Prospects of the English-Speaking Communities of Quebec

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Title
Decline and Prospects of the English-Speaking Communities of Quebec
Abstract
This anthology is described as "a sobering story about the decline of this historical minority in Quebec." A theme throughout the essays is that on the status, demographic and institutional support fronts, Quebec Anglophones are declining, especially in the regions of the province but also in the greater Montreal area. Though much of the chapters are devoted to documenting the ups and down of this decline, some effort is made in each chapter to propose options and strategies to improve and revive the vitality of the English-speaking communities of Quebec.
Place
Ottawa, ON
Publisher
Canadian Heritage
Date
2012
# of Pages
398p.
Language
en
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Notes

A series of articles presented at a conference organised at the Université de Montréal in February 2008 by the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), the Centre d’études ethniques des universities montréalaises (CEETUM) and the Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities (CIRLM).

Citation
Bourhis, Richard Y., ed. Decline and Prospects of the English-Speaking Communities of Quebec. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Heritage, 2012. http://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2014/pc-ch/CH3-2-16-2013-eng.pdf.
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