Quebec’s English-Speaking Communities in the Year 2000: A Preliminary Report on the Omnibus Survey of the Attitudes and Experiences of English-Speaking Quebecers/Les communautés d’expression anglaise du Québec à l’an 2000

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Title
Quebec’s English-Speaking Communities in the Year 2000: A Preliminary Report on the Omnibus Survey of the Attitudes and Experiences of English-Speaking Quebecers/Les communautés d’expression anglaise du Québec à l’an 2000
Abstract
A survey of Quebec’s English-speaking communities taken in the spring of 2000 shows that they feel insecure but that they also feel at home in and a part of Quebec. Their main concerns were access to health and social services and job-related issues, not the language on signs.
Place
Montreal
Publisher
The Missisquoi Institute
Date
2001
Language
en
Citation
Saber-Freedman, Sara, The Missisquoi Institute, and CROP Inc. Quebec’s English-Speaking Communities in the Year 2000: A Preliminary Report on the Omnibus Survey of the Attitudes and Experiences of English-Speaking Quebecers/Les Communautés d’expression Anglaise Du Québec à l’an 2000. Montreal: The Missisquoi Institute, 2001.
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