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QCNA is dedicated to the professional and economic development of English community newspapers and their enterprises serving minority communities in Quebec. We are the standard of excellence in journalism serving the English minority communities in Quebec.

Our mission is to support and advocate for the professional and economic development of the news media serving the English minority communities in Quebec.

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Our Newspapers

Iori:Wase
The Gaspe Spec
Ricochet Media
Brome County News
Pontiac Journal du Pontiac
The Laval News
Main Street
The Record
Southwest Voice
The Suburban
Westmount Independent
Bulletin d'Aylmer
The Greek Canadian News
The Eastern Door
The Nation
The West Quebec Post
The Townships Sun
The Low Down to Hull & Back
Humsafar Times
Quebec Chronicle - Telegraph
Quebec Farmers Advocate
Nunatsiaq News
The North Shore News
The Equity
Nouvelles Parc-Extension News
Cittadino Canadese
The Gleaner
Montreal Community Contact
Cult MTL
The 1019 Report

Recent News

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Sanitary measures keep vulnerable youth  away from shelters

Sanitary measures keep vulnerable youth away from shelters

The Auberge du cœur La Source-Soleil, a shelter for troubled and homeless youth in Sherbrooke, is witnessing a significant amount of short stays throughout the pandemic, which is hindering employees’ ability to connect with guests. The shelter holds nine available spots for people between the ages of 18 and 30 years old. According to Source-Soleil Director Amandine Vial, there are several beds available right now, but those who use the facility are staying for less than a week. “For us to build a connection to the youth, and in order to advance in their steps, they need to trust our social workers, which takes at least two or three months,” said Vial.

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Sexual education coalition seeks more  government funding

Sexual education coalition seeks more government funding

Teachers in Quebec are left to their own devices, often involuntarily, when it comes to sexual health education (sex ed), but the Coalition ÉduSex plans to change the current model. The coalition, which is made up of over 100 local and provincial community and labour groups, launched a petition on Jan. 21 calling for the government to meet two simple demands: increase funding to sex ed and implement support systems for educators. According to ÉduSex spokesperson Jess Legault, within the first few hours, the petition garnered over 1,000 signatures. They want the government to fix their attitude towards sex ed and make it more appropriate in today’s context.

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From routine outing to surreal experience

From routine outing to surreal experience

Are food prices up because of COVID? Are we spending more or less because we’re ordering our groceries online? How much does delivery add to the food bill? And what’s…

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Generosity strikes again

Generosity strikes again

Eager for some sweet treats, customers flocked to a mobile Queues de Castor or beaver tail food truck in Ayer’s Cliff over the weekend. The truck owner, Sylvain Ayotte, pledged…

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Readers across the province.

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52

Percentage of readers use both print and online to access their news

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QCNA’s team is consistently working at serving our members. Together they represent the industry and help the newspapers achieve sustainability. As a team their only objective is to help you achieve your goals!

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