A report Wednesday has some dire news for Montreal's anglophone community.
It says the community is dying a slow death, suffers from a lack of leadership and has little or no unity.
The Quebec Community Groups Network report focused on greater Montreal, where 700,000 English speakers live.
The report makes a number of recommendations:
- One is for Anglos to improve their French skills.
- The report calls on governments to hire more English-speaking workers.
- The document also calls on English school boards to work together to fight issues like declining enrolment.
- The report also suggests the creation of an online database for the English community.
The report also talks about health care, saying some Montreal anglophones do not have access to health care services in English.
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What do you think of this report? Are anglophones in Quebec doomed in the long-run?