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Through advertisement sales and grant writing support, we help newspapers sustainability. Workshops, training and a recognition contest are offered to members at a yearly conference.

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Recognized as the official representative of Quebec's official language community newspapers by the federal and provincial governments. We lobby for your rights.


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About Us

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

The Gaspe Spec
Brome County News
Pontiac Journal du Pontiac
The Laval News
Main Street
The Record
Gatineau Bulletin
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

LJI Program
“Every child matters”

“Every child matters”

A gathering and walk were organized by local schools in Sherbrooke Sept. 30 for National Truth and Reconciliation Day, which commemorates the history and legacy of residential schools for the Indigenous peoples of Canada. Speeches were given, and songs performed, beginning at around noon at Strathcona Park in front of the town hall. They were followed by a group walk through Sherbrooke. Hundreds participated, many in symbolic orange shirts.

LJI Program
Wreath laid for British home children at Brome Lake Museum

Wreath laid for British home children at Brome Lake Museum

A wreath was laid at Brome Lake Museum Sept. 28 for Eastern Townships’ “home children”, children sent from the United Kingdom (UK) between 1869 and 1948 across the Commonwealth. The Record attended and spoke with museum curator Rachel Lambie. Around 25 gathered for the occasion.

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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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