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.
Québec, 8 September 2015 – The Board of Directors of Voice of English-speaking Québec is pleased to announce the selection of Brigitte Wellens as its new Executive Director. The selection was made after a comprehensive search process and she will begin her new position at VEQ on September 14, 2015.
Québec, 22 July 2015 – The Board of Directors of Voice of English-speaking Québec today announced the resignation of Executive Director, Jean-Sébastien Gignac. Jean-Sébastien has been with the organization since 2005, first as a Project Coordinator and as Executive Director since 2008. He has worked skillfully and tirelessly during his tenure at VEQ, creating countless new projects and partnerships, and increasing funding by more than double.
VEQ is happy and proud to present the electronic exhibit for our project Hundreds of Years of Contribution.
To view the electronic exhibit, click here.
VEQ has worked closely with community partners to create the ‘I Volunteer for my Community’ video
Community Health and Social Services Network has launched a province wide survey of English-speaking Quebecers to develop a better understanding of what they think and feel about many issues facing them today.
“The fight for the preservation of our community’s institutions will not cease with the resolution of Bill 10”, says Voice of English-speaking Québec (VEQ) President Taylor Ireland. “VEQ is calling on local community leaders to step forward to help uphold the tradition of caring that defines Jeffery Hale – Saint Brigid’s so that it continues to provide culturally and linguistically-adapted services to Quebec City’s English-speaking minority community.”