Eastern Québec works closely in partnership with many different groups.
Click on the link to find out more:
|Central Québec School Board||www.cqsb.qc.ca|
|Jeffery Hale Community Services||www.jefferyhale.org|
|City Hall, Ville de Québec||www.ville.quebec.qc.ca|
|St. Brigid’s Home||www.jefferyhale.org|
|The Morrin Centre||www.morrin.org|
|Voice of English-speaking Québec||www.veq.ca|
Other important contacts in the English Community are:
Québec Community Network – CBC 104.7 FM in the Québec City Area. If you live outside of Montreal and want to keep up to date with news and views – tune into the Québec Community Network. Check them out online or call, - 691-3476 or 418 691-3620
Champlain-St. Lawrence: the only public English Cegep in Québec City is a member of the Québec Cegep system. For more information check them out online or call, 418 656-6921
Chronicle-Telegraph, Quebec is a weekly, English-language, newspaper. It is published every Wednesday. For more information check out their website or call, 418 650-1764
The Citadel Foundation is a community organization that provides financial assistance and support to organizations working primarily with English speakers living in the Greater Quebec region. For more information, call 418 684-2262
Based at Québec High School, the CLC role is to open up the high school on the weekend and in the evenings to bring in community groups to offer an increased variety of educational and social and health services to the community. For more information, call 418 683-1953 extension 8252.
Life in Quebec: Quebec City’s English-language online magazine, gives you access to all the latest Quebec City news, Quebec City events, and much more. For more information, call 418 948-4144
FORT Program: (Formation et Orientation pour un Retour au Travail) program is offered through the Valcartier Family Centre in Ste. Foy to partners of military and ex-military and reservists, and their children over 18 years old to help them get back-to-work training and orientation. It is extended to include civilian Anglophones from the Quebec region. Free orientation in both English and French. For more information: 418 649-6505.
Life Long Learning: Take part in lively exchanges, learn more about a variety of topics, meet new people; an opportunity for growth and intellectual stimulation for mature people. To find out more, call 418-681-1258.
Québec Art Company: A non-profit community, English language, theatre group always on the lookout for volunteers and new talent: actors, singers, directors, producers, stage crew, costumes, set design, or anyone simply interested in participating in a production. Interested? Call, 418 660-6652 or check them out online.
Quebec City Reading Council: adult and family literacy resource centre is a volunteer-based not-for-profit organization. All services are in English. Free, private classes in reading, writing and math. For more information, call 418 681-1258.
Quebec City Women’s Club: The core goal of supporting education for women remains a priority for the club. The annual Book Fair raises enough money to fund bursaries for women seeking higher education. All adult women are welcome. For more information, call 418 844-1840.
« Compared to another institution, the big advantage is the individualized learning approach. Over there, the pace was too slow and I was bored. I like to go at my own pace and progress on many projects at a time. Students can help each other too, which is an advantage. »
— VANESSA-JESSICA Dubois