Employment of English Speakers in Quebec’s Public Service

Type of resource
Authors/collaborators
Title
Employment of English Speakers in Quebec’s Public Service
Abstract
The authors point out that English-speaking Quebecers have long been underrepresented in the Quebec public service. The proportion of mother-tongue English speakers in the Quebec public service has hovered around one per cent since the early 1970s. This translates to roughly one ninth of their representation in the Quebec population. Their report looks at efforts to increase this representation over the years, how these efforts have failed, and possible future solutions.
Series
(QUESCREN Working Paper No. 1)
Place
Montreal
Publisher
Concordia University - Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network
Date
October 2019
# of Pages
21p.
Language
en
URL
Citation
Cooper, Celine, Patrick Donovan, and Lorraine O’Donnell. Employment of English Speakers in Quebec’s Public Service. (QUESCREN Working Paper No. 1). Montreal: Concordia University - Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network, 2019. http://www.concordia.ca/content/dam/artsci/scpa/quescren/docs/Quescren_QPSRPTEnglish.pdf.
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