ARCHIVED - Going Forward: The Evolution of Quebec’s English-Speaking Community

WarningThe Standard on Web Usability replaces this content. This content is archived because Common Look and Feel 2.0 Standards have been rescinded.

Archived Content

Information identified as archived is provided for reference, research or recordkeeping purposes. It is not subject to the Government of Canada Web Standards and has not been altered or updated since it was archived. Please contact us to request a format other than those available.




Page 1 of 16

November 2004

Table of Contents

Message from the Commissioner of Official Languages

Executive Summary

1. Demographics

A. Size of the Quebec English-Speaking Population
B. Share of Quebec English-Speaking Population
C. Anglophone Distribution
D. Aging Anglophones

2. Migration

A. Interprovincial Migration
B. International Immigration

3. Anglo diversity

A. Origins
B. Pluralism
C. Mixing

4. Socio-cultural Characteristics

A. Educational Attainment
B. Employment and Income

5. Language Knowledge and Use

A. Bilingualism
B. Language of Public Use
C. Anglophones at Work

6. Education

A. Rights Holders
B. Elementary and High Schools
C. Allophones and English Education
D. Higher Education

7. Health Care Institutions

8. Servicing the Community

A. Institutional Confidence and Satisfaction
B. Institutional Representation and Leadership

9. Anglophone Priorities and Concerns

A. Inclusion and Disempowerment
B. Social Distance

10. Conclusion