Apr 22, 2021
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Apr 17, 2021
--April 17, 2021. "The Life and Death of Our Manoir" is a new short documentary produced by the English Community Organization of Lanaudière (ECOL) with support from the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network, through its project "Belonging and Identity," which is funded by Quebec's Secretariat for Relations with English-speaking Quebecers.
Apr 06, 2021
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Mar 19, 2021
--March 19, 2021. The Right-Reverend Mary Irwin-Gibson, Bishop of Montreal & President of the Board of Directors of the Fulford Residence. Anglican Diocese of Montreal, 1444 Union Ave., Montreal, QC H3A 2B8 RE: The Fulford Residence Dear Bishop Mary,
Mar 18, 2021
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Feb 08, 2021
Two Official Language Minorities in Canada, Not Just One Sherbrooke, Quebec. February 8, 2021 Canada’s Official Languages Act was established upon the principle that this country has two official languages, English and French, and that official language minority communities in Quebec (English-speaking Canadians) and elsewhere in Canada (French-speaking Canadians) must be treated equally -- at least in terms of federal language policy and delivery of services and support.
Jan 12, 2021
--January 12, 2021. 2021 QAHN SURVEY The Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN) is always working to better serve the heritage community. We've developed this quick survey to find out what programs and services are of greatest interest, and to help us better fulfill our mandate. Please take a few moments to answer the following 10-question survey.
Jan 12, 2021
--January 12, 2021. Marion Phelps & Richard Evans awards Presented annually by QAHN in recognition of outstanding contributions by individuals and organizations to preserving and promoting the heritage and history of Quebec’s English-speaking communities.
Dec 09, 2020
--March 17, 2021. The first 6 episodes in a new series of mini-documentaries from QAHN, called "The Scandal Makers," are now available on Youtube. The series, which features Heather Darch as narrator, takes viewers to some of Missisquoi County's oldest and most obscure rural cemeteries in an exploration of the seamier side of the region's distant past... Click here for the first installment in this series: Episode 1: "The Hedge-creeper" Click here for Episode 2: "The Cogniacers, Part 1":