Portrait of Quebec’s English-speaking communities
The communities today
For more detailed information on the communities today, consult these baseline data reports and individual community portraits produced by the Community Health and Social Services Network. This map provides a general overview of the regional distribution of English speakers.
The Official Languages Branch Research Team at Canadian Heritage has developed the Official Language Minority Communities Dashboard, an interactive tool that presents numerous indicators using data from the 2016 Canadian Census for all provinces and economic regions in the country.
- English–French bilingualism among Canadian children and youth (2019)
- Earnings of immigrants and children of immigrants in official language minority populations (2019)
- Language Projections for Canada, 2011 to 2036 (2017)
- Health care professionals and official-language minorities in Canada, 2001 and 2011 (2017)
- Portrait of Official-Language Minorities in Canada - Anglophones in Quebec (2010)
The Government of Quebec provides statistics on school attendance (French only).
For studies and other documents about Quebec's English-speaking communities, consult Brendan O'Donnell's bibliography, with an online interface produced by QUESCREN, the Community Knowledge Open Library (CKOL), as well as the list of QUESCREN's publications.
The bibliographic database of the Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities (CIRLM) also contains references to articles, books and reports from the academic, community and government sectors.