Quebec AM | Jan 31, 2013 | 17:45

Ensuring a bright future for anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs

Several people braved the rain last night to attend a forum hosted by Quebec AM at the community centre in Cascapedia-St-Jules. We were asking a big question: how do we ensure a bright future for anglophones along the Baie des Chaleurs? The panelists included, Gilles Gagné, a journalist with the Gaspé Spec. Catherine Johnson is the director general for the Gesgapegiag First Nation. Howard Miller is the interim director of the Eastern Shores School Board. Jennifer Hayes lives in Shigawake, where she is a farmer, a blogger and a revitalization agent. And Norman Desjardins of Bonaventure is a retired teacher and a professional artist.

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