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--July 29, 2022. This past week, QAHN's Heather Darch and Glenn Patterson headed down to Heritage New Carlisle on the Gaspé Coast, where they spent a fun-filled afternoon with a series of guests and performers, as part of QAHN's Heritage Live program. To view the entire event, click here! This project has been generously funded by Canadian Heritage.
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--July 29, 2022. This past week, QAHN's Heather Darch and Glenn Patterson headed down to Heritage New Carlisle on the Gaspé Coast, where they spent a fun-filled afternoon with a series of guests and performers, as part of QAHN's Heritage Live program. To view the entire event, click here! This project has been generously funded by Canadian Heritage.
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This past week, Qahn was very pleased to welcome federal Official Languages minister Ginette Petipas Taylor and Agriculture minister Marie-Claude Bibeau. L to R: Ginette Petipas Taylor; Qahn executive director Matthew Farfan; Qahn president Grant Myers; Qahn VP Jody Robinson; and Marie-Claude Bibeau. QAHN also deposited a brief today in the context of the Government of Canada's consultations on the renewal of the Action Plan for Official Languages.
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Meet the Network: Profiles of Heritage Groups across Quebec. 84 pages; lavishly illustrated; full colour. $20 plus postage. Reserve your copy by emailing us at: home@QAHN.org.
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--February 23, 2022. Today the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN) welcomed nearly a dozen member groups from across Quebec taking part in this year’s edition of the Belonging and Identity project, a QAHN initiative undertaken in partnership with the Secrétariat aux relations avec les Québécois d'expression anglaise (SRQEA).
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Happy Holidays from all of us here at QAHN. And stay healthy & safe! Please note that our offices will be closed from December 23 through January 4.
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"COM-Unity" Project: "BELONGING" Discover how Quebec’s English-speakers see themselves! ONLINE, June 10, 2021, 12 noon. Quebec's Secrétariat aux relations avec les Québécois d’expression anglaise has funded six community organizations, whose members represent many aspects of the English-speaking community, to create projects about identity and belonging from the point of view of English-speaking Quebecers of different ages and from multiple backgrounds.
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Join QAHN today! http://qahn.org/join-qahn
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Glenn Patterson, project director of QAHN's project "A Different Tune: Musical Heritage in English-speaking Quebec," co-hosted (with Bruce Barr) the first-ever livestream version of Brysonville Revisted this past Saturday evening. Close to a hundred spectators tuned in for this unusual event, which featured an array of folk musicians from regions across Quebec, as well as performers playing traditional music in Alberta, Ontario and Newfoundland, and which was livestreamed via Zoom and Facebook.
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Early photographic postcard. / Ancienne carte postale photographique.
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Early photographic postcard, c.1920. / Ancienne carte postale photographique, v.1920.
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As of December 1, 2019, QAHN has a new home!
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Some of the participants at QAHN's final "Communications Matters" event of the year, hosted by Heritage New Carlisle at the Kempffer House in New Carlisle, Quebec. Featured speaker: Johanna Tzountzouris of the Centre for Community Organizations. Photo - Heritage New Carlisle
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Some of the participants at QAHN's final "Communications Matters" event of the year, hosted by Heritage New Carlisle at the Kempffer House in New Carlisle, Quebec. Featured speaker: Johanna Tzountzouris of the Centre for Community Organizations. Photo - Heritage New Carlisle
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Early photographic postcard, Carleton, c.1930. Private collection. / Ancienne carte postale photographique, Carleton, vers. 1930. Collection privée.
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Visiting the Gaspé this week, QAHN Project Director Heather Darch stopped in at the CASA office in New Carlisle to show off QAHN's brand new publication Diversity and Achievement in Anglophone Quebec: Your Story, Our Story. Photo - courtesy.
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On a swing through the Gaspé this week, QAHN's own Heather Darch stopped at the Kempffer House in New Carlisle to show off QAHN's new publication Diversity and Achievement in Anglophone Quebec: Your Story, Our Story, and where she met with staff and volunteers of Heritage New Carlisle and Family Ties. Left to right in this photo: Heather MacWhirter (Family Ties); Larry Kempffer; Jérémy LaPlante (summer student); Betty Anne Smollett; Sandi Beebe; Tracy Major; and Jacqueline Mallet. Photo - Heather Darch.
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Julie Schlie, Cascapedia River Museum, where "Diversity & Achievement in Anglophone Quebec" will be on display until July 14, 2019. Photo - Heather Darch.
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York River Community Centre in Gaspe. Thanks to Kira Page and Johanna Tzountzouris of the Centre for Community Organizations for another dynamic and informative training session. (Photo - Dwane Wilkin)
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--March 21, 2019. 1. B. Copper 2. A. York River 3. A. The first president of the Noranda Mining Company. The former miners’ camp was named after him and was known simply as Murdoch. 4. B. 1,000. 300 houses were built to accommodate these miners between 1952 and 1953. 5. D. The charter required the mayor and all municipal councillors of Murdochville to be able to speak English.