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Missisquoi Institut Omnibus Survey

The Missisquoi Institute was created to carry out research on and about Quebec’s English-speaking communities, from a perspective of supporting both the community development and policy development processes.

In the spring of 2000, the Department of Canadian Heritage responded favorably to a funding request by Missisquoi to carry out an omnibus survey on the attitudes and experiences of English-speaking Quebecers. This survey provides a comprehensive overview of the experiences of the community across the province. Particular attention is paid to the differences in attitudes and experiences of English speakers across the regions of Quebec.

Two separate studies were conducted, the first among English-speaking Quebecers aged 18 and over, and the second among French-speaking Quebecers aged 18 and over. In both cases, the samples were randomly drawn according to a non-proportionate stratified sampling model, in order to allow for adequate representation of residents of the 17 administrative regions of Quebec.

Areas of Investigation included:

  • Bilingualism
  • Mobility and isolation
  • Media and internet use
  • Importance of various issues
  • Community leadership
  • Health and social services
  • Education
  • Manpower and public service employment

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The Anglophone Community of Quebec in the Year 2000
The Anglophone Community of Quebec in the Year 2000

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The Anglophone Community of Quebec in the Year 2000
New and Not So New Anglos: An Analysis of Quebec Anglophone opinion on the provinces’s socio-political realities

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The Chambers Report, Ten Years After: The State of English Language Education in Quebec, 1992-2002
The Chambers Report, Ten Years After: The State of English Language Education in Quebec, 1992-2002

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How do francophones regard Quebec anglophones and their issues of concern?
How do francophones regard Quebec anglophones and their issues of concern?

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