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This bibliography aims to help anyone studying English-speaking Quebec find material about the nature, history, contributions, and concerns of this diverse community. It reveals the wealth of available material and catalogues it in a useful way in the hope of stimulating further research on English-speaking Quebec.
The bibliography contains secondary sources related to the study of English-speaking Quebec. It covers the period from the Conquest to the present day. Types of resources include everything from scholarly studies to magazine articles, by way of films and websites. Despite this, the bibliography does not claim to be exhaustive and excludes documents such as periodical articles of two pages or less, most encyclopedia articles, and entries in the Dictionary of Canadian Biography, for instance.
The English-speaking community of our region has a rich history, and the Eastern Townships Resource Centre does an outstanding job of highlighting it. I am delighted that the ETRC will benefit from Canadian Heritage’s support so that more curious people can learn about our cultural heritage.
Minister of International Development and la Francophonie
This online version is published through a partnership between the Eastern Townships Resource Centre (ETRC) at Bishop’s University and the Quebec English-speaking Communities Research Network (QESCREN) at Concordia University.
We would like to thank Canadian Heritage for supporting this project.