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Current Projects

QUESCREN staff are currently involved in the following research projects:

The Labour Market Information Network is an initiative of CEDEC (Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation) aiming to pool existing labour market data, generate new LMI, and develop a research action plan. Information: Dawn Copping,

La dimension linguistique dans les cadres conceptuels sur l’économie culturelle et « créative » : le cas des professionnels des arts et de la culture d’expression anglaise au Québec” is funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. Led by Anne Robineau of CIRLM, it explores quantitative measurement of the cultural and creative economy applied to small language groups. Information: Anne Robineau,

The Canadian Advisory Committee for Memory of the World (2017-present). ​This committee of the Canadian Commission for UNESCO reviews and evaluates submissions to the International and Canadian Memory of the World Registers. It also makes recommendations to the Executive Committee on the Canadian program. Information: Sébastien Goupil,​.


The studies listed below were carried out in collaboration with partners, including government departments and community groups.

For a comprehensive list of all research on English-speaking Quebec, consult our bibliography.

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