Upcoming Events


To register, or for any questions about our webinars, please contact Ruth Pelletier at:

* Please note that on the days where there are two webinars, indicate whether you intend to attend one or both.


Friday February 23, 10:30 am to noon
• What and Where Are the Gaps in Housing?

In this penultimate webinar, we will be presenting data on housing and looking at the specific needs of seniors, low-income individuals and people with disabilities.

Presenter: Carl Lafreniére, Community Organizer Front d’action populaire en réaménagement urbain (FRAPRU)


Friday February 23, 1:30-3:00 pm
• Moving Forward: What is Next in Housing?

In our final webinar on housing, a panel of guest speakers will summarize and bookend this eight-part series on housing and on the intertwining societal issues and challenges faced by seniors. Particular attention will be given to new initiatives and programs on future housing projects, advancements in private and public residences and long-term care facilities, how governments can work with community organizations on social housing projects and how tenants can exercise their rights.



MARCH 2024

Tuesday March 12, 10:00 am to 11:30 am
• ActLab presentation on Fake News, Disinformation and Misinformation – What Is It All About?

From fake news to videos of robots pretending to be politicians, there is rising concern over the amount of misleading information online. Join us on March 12, as we break down what all of this false stuff is, where it comes from, what harms it is causing, and - most critically - how we should respond to it. It can feel overwhelming to sift through all the information online, and this workshop should help you better understand the blurry lines between fact and fiction on the Internet.

Presenter: Scott DeJong, PhD candidate in Communication studies at Concordia University

Partnership with Concordia University ACTLab

Please register by email at

Friday March 15, noon to 1:00 pm
• Lunch and Learn: Accessing Senior Care in Quebec

The Quebec Community Groups Network and Seniors Action Quebec invite you to save the date for our Lunch and Learn: Accessing Senior Care in Quebec on March 15 from noon to 1 p.m. Our webinar will discuss the Access to Justice program and its QCGN's 2023 report titled Access to Senior Care in English in Quebec.

Ongoing health-care crises have disproportionately affect Official Language Minority Communities (OLMCs) due to their weaker access to necessary health services in the official language of their choice. This report highlights the unique challenges faced by English-speaking seniors in accessing essential health services, including basic doctors' appointments and long-term care. The report's findings will interest community members, researchers, and practitioners alike.

This Lunch and Learn marks the beginning of the QCGN's Access to Justice series which will showcase various research reports. Please register here and feel free to share this information with anyone who may be interested.

Tuesday March 26, 10:00 am to 11:0 am
• Portrait of English-speaking Mature Workers

In partnership with the Provincial Employment Roundtable (PERT), this webinar will present the newest data on English-speaking mature workers in the labour market.

Presenter: Sta Kuzviwanza, Director, Policy and Research

Please register by email at