Popular band a unifying force for linguistically divided Canadians

03/25/2012 | Canada.com

The recent success of Grammy winning band Arcade Fire and other prominent anglophones with roots in Quebec have helped foster acceptance in the province's large francophone community. Younger Quebecers, in particular, are less concerned with the politics of language. "We have been too fragmented in our ability to identify ourselves, express ourselves and access resources," said Noel Burke, interim president of the Quebec Community Groups Network, a group representing 38 English language organizations.

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