PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION, Chipman Heritage Centre, Apr 20 6:30

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IS THERE A FUTURE FOR OUR ANGLOPHONE YOUTH IN NEW BRUNSWICK?

 

Increasingly NO! 

Our research shows that we are being shut out of the job market at an alarming rate because of the failure of French immersion while at the same time the Liberal Government is mandating more and more jobs designated as bilingual.  85% of Anglophones are NOT bilingual and therefore not eligible to apply.

It is time for us to work together for a fair solution for all New Brunswickers.

Join Us!

 

PUBLIC INFORMATION SESSION / ALL WELCOME

 

 

Chipman Heritage Centre

238 Main Street, Chipman, NB

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm

 

 

Topics for discussion:  Introduction to ARANB, Barriers to JOBS for Anglophones due to language (i.e. Civil Service, Paramedics and Wayne Grant), the failure of French Immersion, and the cost of duality (segregated bussing).   All are welcome to attend and take part in the discussion.

 

 

 

Anglophone Rights Association of NB

P.O. Box 22012, Marysville, NB E3A 4A0

anglophonerights@mail.com  /   www.aranb.ca

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