Who we are

Table de concertation des groupes de femmes de la Gaspésie et des Îles-de-la-Madeleine

The Table de concertation des groupes de femmes de la Gaspésie et des Îles-de-la-Madeleine is active at a political level to make sure women’s rights and interests are truely respected in various areas such as healthcare, education, and social & economic development of our area. Our action is non partisan.

The Table de concertation des groupes de femmes de la Gaspésie et des Îles-de-la-Madeleine leads actions rooted in collective advocacy for women’s rights, such as grassroots education activities focused on rights and citizenship and advocacy and engagement activities.

The Table de concertation des groupes de femmes de la Gaspésie et des Îles-de-la-Madeleine is part of the Réseau des Tables régionales de groupes de femmes du Québec.

Our advisory committee

The project Des pistes pour persévérer dans l’égalité is lucky enough to benefit from the participation of many organizations that sit on its advisory committee.

Vision Gaspé-Percé Now is a non-profit community organization. Our mandate is to ensure that services are provided for our English-speaking community and to enhance the quality of life for all English-speaking Gaspesians. We accomplish this by making our presence in the community known, by preserving our heritage, and by promoting the unique characteristics we have to offer our Francophone and Aboriginal neighbours. Vision’s mandate targets key resources in health and social services, education, and community development and we support other organizations and committees that strive to accomplish the same mandate. We labour to improve the lives of our community by reaching out to our senior, student, youth, and family populations, as well as the 0 to 5 age group.

Vision has developed partnerships with the major institutions in our community, such as our hospital, senior centres, schools, and government agencies, to ensure that the needs and concerns of the English community are heard and recognized. We work with them to find solutions to our common concerns.

What sets us apart as an organization is the broad scope of our activities, both geographically and in the range of subjects we cover. Vision is making English-speaking Gaspé a more inclusive, informed, and tightly-knit community for everyone through many practices such as recruiting and encouraging volunteerism.

Eastern Shores School Board

The Mission of Eastern Shores School Board is to provide leadership that will contribute to the best possible teaching-learning environment in each of our schools and centers. It is our mission to promote this learning in an atmosphere of mutual respect between all actors. It is our goal that students entrusted in our care will become caring, autonomous and responsible citizens of the 21st century.

CASA – Committee for Anglophone Social Action

CASA, the Committee for Anglophone Social Action, is a non-profit community organization dedicated to serving the English-speaking population of the Gaspé Coast by representing the community’s interests and designing and delivering programs that respond to its needs.

Cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles

The cégep de la Gaspésie et des Îles is constituted of one national school and three campuses located in different towns of the region. It is possible to study in Carleton-sur-Mer, Gaspé, Grande-Rivière or in the Magdalen Islands. Whichever your choice is, our CEGEP stands out with its student support measures to help you succeed and the availabilities of its teachers.

Gespeg Mi’kMaq First Nation

Commission scolaire des Chic-Chocs

The Commission scolaire des Chic-Chocs covers a great territory, from Cap-Chat to Grande-Rivière, and gathers learning institutions of preschool, elementary, secondary and professional levels. Their vision is to collectively contribute to the rise and realisation of their students’ aspirations by accompanying them so they can stay in school and realise their full potential.

Complice Persévérance scolaire Gaspésie-Les Îles

La Nation Mi’kMaq de Gespeg

Le secteur de l’éducation de la Nation Micmac de Gespeg est un service de soutien destiné aux membres de la Première Nation Micmac de Gespeg. Les programmes tels que le programme d’aide aux étudiants de niveau postsecondaire (PAENP), l’employabilité, la Stratégie urbaine (SU) et le Centre de service en emploi et formation (CSEF) sont disponibles afin de permettre aux Micmac d’intégrer des institutions scolaires. Nous finançons donc des étudiants en formation générale aux adultes (DES), en formation professionnelle (DEP, AEP et ASP), au collégial (AEC et DEC) et à l’université (C., B., DESS, M. et D.) en plus de fournir du financement en employabilité. Nous espérons ainsi que les Micmac de Gespeg intègrent le marché du travail, combattant par le fait même le stéréotype de l’autochtone qui n’est pas instruit.