Coming soon to a Graveyard near you!... Scandal Makers, Season 3 in the Works!
--August 15, 2022. Work is well under way on Season 3 of QAHN's popular "Scandal Makers" documentary film series, and our "Scandal Makers" production team has been back on the road, notably in the Centre du Québec and Trois-Rivières regions.
Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau announces funding for QAHN and Townshippers' Association
--August 10, 2022. It was alongside representatives from Townshippers' Association and the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN) that Minister-MP Marie-Claude Bibeau announced contributions from Official Languages Canada to two organizations of the linguistic minority community of the Eastern Townships. These contributions amount to more than $1.5 million over three years.
Quebec Heritage News, Winter 2023
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Funding Opportunity / Call for Proposals: "Belonging & Identity in English-speaking Quebec"
--June 14, 2022. Call for Proposals "Belonging & Identity in English-speaking Quebec"
Fossmobile Enterprises receives 2022 Richard Evans Award
MEDIA RELEASE For immediate release (Sherbrooke, Qc., June 13, 2022)
Margaret Phillips of Cantley receives QAHN's 2022 Marion Phelps Award
MEDIA RELEASE: 2022 Marion Phelps Award goes to Margaret Phillips of Cantley 1889 (Sherbrooke, Qc., June 13, 2022). The Marion Phelps Award is presented annually by the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN) in recognition of outstanding long-term contributions by an individual to the preservation and promotion of Anglophone heritage in the province of Quebec.
Highlighting Indigenous History & Heritage (Resolution at QAHN AGM, June 11, 2022)
The following resolution was adopted at QAHN's Annual General Meeting, held via Zoom, on Saturday, June 11, 2022: “Highlighting Indigenous History”
Atwater Library celebrates Queen’s Platinum Jubilee with awards and cake
--June 3, 2022. On Thursday, June 2, the Atwater Library and Computer Centre has celebrated the Platinum Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II with a display, award presentations and a speaker on their first in-person Thursday Lunch Hour Lecture since March of 2020. There was an introductory piano concert by Shirley Wu of the McGill Faculty of Music. This was followed by the awarding of prizes for the library’s poetry contest on the theme of Queen Elizabeth. These poems, confined to 70 words, were read and the awards given by writer Mark Abley, the contest judge.
June is National Indigenous History Month. Let's celebrate!
--June 1, 2022. In honour of National Indigenous History Month, we thought we would share a couple of QAHN's most recent Indigenous-themed conferences from our 2022 Heritage Talks Online series. The following talk is called "The W8banaki of Odanak: Preserving History, Language, Culture and Traditions," and features Daniel Nolett.