Since the Quiet Revolution, countless anglo-Quebecers have left the province, often reluctantly. The malaise of those who have stayed is often palpable. This sensitive topic, seldom discussed in French-language media, is confronted head-on by John Walker in Quebec My Country Mon Pays. Several panelists will discuss the issues raised by the film.
This panel will follow the screening of Quebec My Country Mon Pays (16 November).
This activity is restricted to ticket holders.
Monika Smaz, membre of Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship
John Walker, director of Quebec My country Mon Pays
Lorraine O'Donnell, coordinator-researcher of the Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network
Presented in collaboration with the Centre for The Study of Democratic Citizenship
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