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Welcome to Montreal Mosaic

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It’s impossible to be bored by Montreal, but it’s easy to be overwhelmed—by our amazing history, diverse culture and vibrant arts scene.

Montreal Mosaic is a place to rediscover your city. A meeting place: a place for sharing stories, a place for personal reflections and community perspectives on the past, present and future of a great Canadian metropolis. It’s a place to explore, question and celebrate English-Montreal’s evolving cultural identities.

In particular, Montreal Mosaic is keen to look at how groups and individuals contribute to the local arts, culture and heritage scenes. The web-magazine features an inventory of organizations and places active on these fronts.

Partners

A word about the non-profit organizations that are working on the development of Montreal Mosaic:

The Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network is a non-profit, non-partisan umbrella organization engaged with its members in promoting preservation of the built, cultural and natural heritage of Quebec. QAHN aims to advance knowledge of the history of Quebec’s English-speaking communities by informing, inspiring and connecting people through its activities. Membership is open to anyone with an interest in Quebec history, heritage and culture. (www.qahn.org)

The Greater Montreal Community Development Initiative represents a group of community volunteers that wishes to engage and consult English-speaking Montrealers, community leaders, and local professionals on key issues affecting the English-speaking communities of the Greater Montreal Area.

The GMCDI is an initiative of the Quebec Community Groups Network. The QCGN is a not-for-profit organization bringing together 32 English-language community organizations across Quebec for the purposes of supporting and assisting the development and enhancing the vitality of the English-speaking minority communities. (www.qcgn.ca)

The English-Language Arts Network is devoted to helping Quebec's 7,500+ English-language artists connect with one another, with their francophone colleagues and with their audiences in Quebec, Canada and internationally. (www.quebec-elan.org)