English-speaking groups want the government to hit pause on school board reform

The Alliance for the Promotion of Public English-Language Education in Quebec (APPELE-Québec) has released its report on community hearings into Bill 40. The proposed legislation, tabled by Education Minister Jean-François Roberge, seeks to abolish school boards and replace them with…

Anglophone groups hold their own Bill 40 hearings in Montreal

The Alliance for the Promotion of Public English-Language Education in Quebec (APPELE-Québec) hosted its own hearing on the government’s proposed school board reform, Bill 40. The group felt that since so many members of the English community were left out…

School boards important to English-speaking Quebecers, want independence from government: Léger survey

English-speaking Quebecers want to elect their own school board officials and reject the provincial government’s proposal to replace them with service centres, finds a new Léger survey commissioned by the Alliance for the Promotion of Public English-language Education in Quebec…

School boards important to English-speaking Quebecers: Léger survey

English-speaking Quebecers want to elect their own school board officials and reject the provincial government’s proposal to replace them with service centres, finds a new Léger survey commissioned by the Alliance for the Promotion of Public English-language Education in Quebec…