As an active, non-profit organization that currently has over 2400 members, VEQ has played a vital part in the preservation and development of community life for the English-speaking community for over two decades. Currently, VEQ has active partnerships with over 60 community organizations, institutions, and groups in the area.
Furthermore, VEQ helps individuals participate in community life in the Quebec City region, in both French and English. We welcome newcomers, sponsor community celebrations, research needs, inform citizens, and provide a framework for effective action on behalf of English-speaking people and institutions.
Please Join the Voice of English-speaking Québec for our Annual General Meeting, which will be held on May 26th, 2016. Please note the change of location!
Some of you have probably already received the census form or an invitation to complete it online. You, your family and your community benefit from the census. When you participate in the census, it means better information for your community.
We depend on you!
Completing the census is both a civic responsibility and a legal requirement for all people living in Canada. When you complete your census questionnaire, you continue a tradition that goes back 350 years—from a few pioneer villages in 1666, to today’s large and prosperous country.
QUEBEC CITY, JANUARY 6, 2016 – We were saddened to learn of the passing of former Quebec City mayor, Jean-Paul L’Allier. He was a strong supporter of our English-speaking community and saw the importance of our contribution to the socioeconomic development of Quebec City.
Voice of English-speaking Québec is hosting a traveling video booth for YES Montreal. This booth is aimed at hearing stories of employment, underemployment and unemployment of English-speaking youth in various Québec regions. This event is for individuals aged 20-35. If you are interested in partaking in this event please contact email@example.com or call 418-683-2366 ext 225.