Feb 26, 2013 | 9:23Daybreak Montreal Living English: How do English schools measure up to French schools Audio
Daybreak Montreal Living English: How do English schools measure up to French schools Feb 26, 2013 | 9:23In our Living English series we've been talking about how well English language schools in Montreal prepare future generations to live and work in French in Quebec. We decided to try an experiment. Two Anglophone West Island teens have volunteered to trade schools for a day. One goes to French immersion, the other goes to English school. They'll report on how the schools compare. You can follow them all day online, on television and on radio.
Feb 26, 2013 | 6:28Homerun Living English Audio
Homerun Living English Feb 26, 2013 | 6:28A real-life experiment for our Living English series. We catch up with two West Island Anglophones who switched classrooms for the day.
Vanessa Caporicci is a student at the French school Felix-Leclerc in Pointe Claire.Robin Richard-Shaw attends St. Thomas, the English school next door. She is in French immersion.Today the 16 year-olds switched classrooms.
Feb 25, 2013 | 6:16Homerun Living English Audio
Homerun Living English Feb 25, 2013 | 6:16Today we are looking at one of the most difficult decisions parents have to make in Quebec: Where to send your kids to school. CBC asked Anglo Quebecers just that in our exclusive EKOS poll. 39% say their children would be better off at a French school. 45% disagree. CBC reporter Leah Hednry is following this story. She talks to Homerun's Sabrina Marandola.
Feb 22, 2013 | 10:04Daybreak Montreal Post-linguistic Quebec Audio
Daybreak Montreal Post-linguistic Quebec Feb 22, 2013 | 10:04Our Living English series continues with a panel of young Quebecers who feel the time is ripe for a post-linguistic era. They feel the labels francophone and anglophone are no longer relevant and the language debate has become archaic.
Feb 22, 2013 | 9:27Homerun Living English Audio
Homerun Living English Feb 22, 2013 | 9:27The latest results from our exclusive EKOS poll of Quebec Anglophones examine the sense of belonging in Quebec. When we asked how Anglophones think relations are with Franco Quebecers, 40% say good or excellent. However, 30% say relations are only acceptable. Another 30% say they are strained or difficult. In the midst of this two new groups have emerged. Richard Yufe is with Canadian Rights in Quebec. Mark Bergeron is a member of The Unity Group. They spoke to Homerun's Sue Smith.
Feb 21, 2013 | 21:46The Current Parti Quebecois 'Anglo Man' standing up for English speaking Quebecers Audio
The Current Parti Quebecois 'Anglo Man' standing up for English speaking Quebecers Feb 21, 2013 | 21:46From snowy Montreal, we begin with a Parti Quebecois government minister who is a French Quebec nationalist and a self-professed anglophile. A man who is standing up for Anglophone Quebecers... even after the former premier and PQ stalwart Jacques Parizeau told him to sit back down. Jean-François Lisée is Quebec's Minister of International Relations and he has now been tasked with building bridges between his government and Anglophone Quebecers.
Feb 21, 2013 | 11:54Breakaway Central Quebec School Board raises concerns over Bill 14 Audio
Breakaway Central Quebec School Board raises concerns over Bill 14 Feb 21, 2013 | 11:54The Parti Québécois government's plan to remove francophone military families of the right to send their children to English schools. If that section of Bill 14 goes through, the Central Quebec School Board says it means the loss of some 700 students and the inevitable closure of schools. Jacquie spoke to Stephen Burke, Chairman of the Central Quebec School Board about some of their concerns.
Feb 20, 2013 | 6:12Daybreak Montreal Do Anglos feel they belong in Quebec? Audio
Daybreak Montreal Do Anglos feel they belong in Quebec? Feb 20, 2013 | 6:12The latest results from our exclusive CBC-EKOS poll says nearly six out of every ten Anglo Quebecers feels welcome here. But more than a quarter say they don't feel at home in their own province.
Sean Henry spent some tim finding out about that sense of belonging.