The RDN directory lists our 19 regional member organizations, our stakeholders, and the governmental departments with which we work. Each entry includes a brief summary of the entity’s work and mission.

The directory can be filtered by name, category, and location.

Explore the RDN Directory to learn more about these organizations and entities working to improve the future of English-speaking communities in Québec.





4Korners is a registered Canadian charitable organization founded in 2005. We connect individuals of the Laurentians with programs and services to meet their identified needs in a secure and inclusive environment. We work collectively to serve and enrich the lives of communities in the Laurentian region.

Founded in 2011, ARC Assistance and Referral Centre is a nonprofit community organization dedicated to assisting and empowering people of all ages to access health and social services, information, resources, programs, and activities for the English speakers living in the Monteregie-Centre.

Canadian Heritage and its portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic, and economic life of Canadians. Arts, culture, and heritage represent more than $57 billion in the Canadian economy and close to 673,000 jobs in sectors such as film and video, broadcasting, music, publishing, archives, performing arts, heritage institutions, festivals, and celebrations.

The Centre for Access to Services in English (CASE) is a not-for-profit community organization with a mission to serve and promote the health, well-being and vitality of the English-speaking community of the Mauricie Centre-du-Quebec region by strengthening the ESC cultural identity and offering engaging programs and services.

Since incorporation in 1988, the Coasters Association has been front and centre in addressing the challenges facing the population of the region by focusing on community development.

The Committee for Anglophone Social Action (CASA) works to build and strengthen the vitality of the English-speaking population of the Gaspé coast by representing the community’s interests and designing and delivering programs that respond to its needs.

The Community Health and Social Services Network (CHSSN) was founded in 2000 to support English-speaking communities in the province of Québec in their efforts to redress health status inequalities and promote community vitality.

The Connexions Resource Centre is a not-for-profit community organization whose mission is to serve and promote the health, well-being and vitality, of the English-speaking population of the Outaouais.

The Consortium of English-language CEGEPs, Colleges and Universities of Quebec is an alliance of nine post-secondary institutions in Québec: Bishop’s University, Champlain Regional College, Concordia University, Dawson College, Heritage College, John Abbott College, Marianopolis College, McGill University, and Vanier College.

The CDRQ’s mission is to support and promote the creation and development of cooperatives in all regions of Québec. We do this by offering specialized support for existing cooperatives and for promoters of new projects.

Since 1987, CAMI has worked to promote and motivate the English-speaking community of the Magdalen Islands by fostering community vitality and supporting community development through various activities and services for all.

The English-Language Arts Network (ELAN) is a not-for-profit organization that connects, supports, and creates opportunities for English-speaking artists and cultural workers of all disciplines from every region of Québec. We share expertise and resources for career advancement, funding opportunities, employment opportunities, and calls for participation in the arts. We advocate for our members’ interests and make common cause with the Francophone arts community.

ECO·02 (English Community Organization Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean) is a non-profit organization fostering the well-being of the English-speaking communities through existing community programs and information available to them. We support and nurture the development of partnerships with existing French organizations through discussions of the needs and priorities of the English-speaking communities that we serve.

Éducaloi is a neutral and independent organization with a recognized expertise in legal education and clear legal communication.

ECOL’s mission is to serve and promote the well-being of the English-speaking community of the Lanaudière region. They offer a variety of activities and services to people of all ages. Their offices are located in Rawdon, Mascouche, and Repentigny.

Heritage Lower Saint Lawrence works to foster and maintain the vitality of the English-speaking communities in their region via consultation, representation, networking, advocacy, and facilitating access to services and activities in English.

Literacy Quebec is a network that connects and represents community-based literacy organizations, empowering people, impacting lives, and building a stronger society.

The Megantic English-speaking Community Development Corporation (MCDC) offers programs and services for the English-speaking population of Chaudière-Appalaches and l’Érable with a focus on health promotion, youth, newcomers, and employability.

Le ministère de l’Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l’Alimentation influences and supports the development of the Québec biofood industry.

The Ministry’s mission is to support business growth, entrepreneurship, science, innovation, export trade and investment. The MEI is coordinating the elaboration and the implementation of the digital strategy.

Le Ministère’s role is to advise the government and ensure interdepartmental coordination in the areas of municipal organization, metropolitan and regional development, land use and vitality, and housing.

Aiming to promote the prosperity of the tourism sector, the Ministère’s role is to create a business environment conducive to the development of Quebec’s tourism potential.

MEPEC’s mission is to serve the interests of the English-speaking population in the Montérégie East region. To achieve this, they connect, collaborate, communicate, and facilitate with citizens and community partners.

MWCN is a community organization that brings together individuals, community groups, public organizations, professionals, and businesses; encourages lifelong learning; and promotes improved access to health and social services.

Neighbours is dedicated to strengthening the ties between the English- and French-speaking communities, protecting the right to access services in English, facilitating information sharing, and supporting community development initiatives.

The North Shore Community Association is a non-profit regional organization dedicated to serving, representing, and instilling pride in the English-speaking community of Québec’s North Shore.

Every morning, we wake up with the same mission in mind: to promote the attraction, integration, and retention of qualified young people aged 18 to 35 in the region.

The Provincial Employment Roundtable (PERT) is a non-profit multi-stakeholder initiative focused on addressing the employment and employability challenges facing Québec’s English-speaking community.

Established in 2008, the Quebec English-Speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN) is a collaborative network of researchers, stakeholders, and educational and other institutions that improves understanding of Quebec’s English-speaking communities and promotes their vitality.

The Regional Association of West Quebecers is a not-for-profit, non-governmental association engaged in representing the interests and providing information and programs to the English-speaking community of Western Québec.

The Secretariat, under the responsibility of Mr. Eric Girard, is responsible for ensuring that the concerns of English-Speaking Quebecers are taken into account in government orientations and decisions in collaboration with government ministries and bodies.

The mandate of the Secrétariat à la jeunesse is to advise the government on matters pertaining to youth and to help the premier in carrying out his responsibilities in this area. Also, the Secrétariat ensures the coordination and follow-up of governmental action in this area.

We are a member-based democratic organization that serves a thriving community of solidarity economy organizers and entrepreneurs in Montréal.

Founded in 1979, Townshippers’ Association has been at the forefront of community engagement for over forty years. Townshippers’ Association’s projects address heritage and culture, community development, access to health and social services, support for seniors, and youth retention.

Vision Gaspé-Percé Now is a non-profit organization founded in 2004. It continues to work with and on behalf of the English-speaking community from Manche d’Épée to Corner of the Beach. Vision has become an invaluable resource and the voice of our community.

VEQ is an autonomous, non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of a dynamic English-speaking community in the Greater Québec and Chaudière-Appalaches regions and to the promotion of its interests.

Y4Y Québec is committed to addressing the issues facing English-speaking youth (ages 16-30) in the Québec province.

YES is a non-profit, community-driven English-language service provider that has been helping Québecers find employment and develop as entrepreneurs since 1995.