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December 07, 2020

Cantley 1889 Receives $3,000 Grant from QAHN

The Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network awarded a $3,000 grant to the group ‘Cantley 1889’. The money will be used to purchase and install a commemorative plaque at Blackburn Cemetery to raise awareness about the site’s historical significance.

December 02, 2020

QUESCREN and Community Partners join to launch The COM‑Unity Project

Quebec groups that represent different sectors of the English-speaking community have come together to launch an exciting new initiative that will highlight and amplify a sense of belonging for English-speakers in Quebec.

December 01, 2020

SELFIES Update December 2020

ELAN is scheduling six Discussion Groups about the complex identities within Quebec’s English-speaking communities and our sense of belonging. Each Discussion Group brings together people whose families arrived in Quebec during the same period and encountered similar challenges and opportunities. The first two groups brought together people whose families arrived before 1945 and between 1945 and…

November 26, 2020

All the latest from You Are Here: A Next-Gen Approach to Promoting ESQ's Heritage

Y4Y’s youth cultural ambassadors have been busy bringing Youth 4 Youth’s latest project to life in seven regions: the North Shore, the Eastern Townships, Gaspé-les-Iles, Québec City, Outaouais, Abitibi, and Montréal.

November 16, 2020

BCRC announces their three program partners

Bridging Language and Culture in Quebec (B.L.A.C.Q.) is a collaboration between three English Speaking Black Community Organizations in Quebec.

October 02, 2020

Heritage groups put spotlight on local history across Quebec

Richmond County Historical Society, in conjunction with Richmond St. Patrick’s Society has been awarded $6,000 towards creation of an outdoor mural on Main Street