While English is the principal language of North America, the Anglophones in Quebec are nevertheless in a minority situation. Quebec's 919 000 Anglophones live primarily in the Montréal area, but are also found in small but dynamic communities across the province, such as the Pontiac, the Eastern Townships, the Gaspé, the Lower North Shore and the Magdalen Islands.
The Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN) represents Quebec's minority Anglophone communities and oversees a number of organizations. Most have their own websites which can easily be accessed through the QCGN site.
The Community Economic Development and Employability Corporation (CEDEC) shares its experience in planning and developing partnerships in the communities across Quebec, with the aim to strengthen local economies and employability of the English-speaking and broader community.
The National Human Resources Development Committee for the English Linguistic Minority (National Committee) brings together representatives of the Government of Canada and Quebec's English-speaking minority community. The Committee focuses on developing human resource development, employability and community economic development.