Je Me Souviens: Portraits of Who We Are

Je me Souviens: Portraits of Who We Are, is part of the COM-Unity Project, a collaborative effort between Seniors Action Quebec and the Black Community Resource Centre (BCRC), the English-Language Arts Network (ELAN), Leading English Education and Resource Network (LEARN), Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN), and Youth for Youth Quebec (Y4Y Québec). Each organization is contributing from the perspective of the community that they serve, to an examination of the concept of belonging in the minority English-speaking community of Quebec.

Je me Souviens: Portraits of Who We Are is series of videos featuring the stories of English-speaking seniors in Quebec who have witnessed our province’s recent history and have been a crucial part of the development of our culture and community. Watch and listen to the stories of our older community members as they talk about what it means to them to be a Quebecer, and why they have chosen to call this province home.

Please enjoy our interviews with seniors from around Quebec!

Andrew: Kamouraska

Lorne: Montreal

Carole and Norbert: Montreal

Christopher: Magdalen Islands

Bob: Prévost

Denis: Sawyerville

Munirah: Montreal

Nicola: Rouyn-Noranda

Joe and Sheila: Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts