Quebec Community Groups Network calling out Premier for his use of the term “historic anglophones”

Zainab Al-Mehdar
Pontiac November 3, 2021 

After comments made by Premier François Legault on Oct. 19 about “historic anglophones” and the plan to limit government services in the English language for community members who are eligible to attend English schools, the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) decided to take action on Oct. 28 and published an open letter to the premier.

It “struck a chord and people are very upset,” Rita Legault, Director of Communications for the QCGN told THE EQUITY. 

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