The Difference Between Montreal French Girls And Montreal English Girls EXPLAINED

Nothing.

There's no difference. We're all equally awesome.

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A Montreal Survey Reveals Who Drinks More Alcohol: Francophones Or Anglophones

Data gathered in 2021 shows different groups of Montrealers' drinking habits.

Do Montrealers drink alcohol differently based on whether they're francophones or anglophones? A recent survey by Éduc'alcool says yes.

It also answers what's likely to be the first question that comes to mind: which of the two groups drinks more?

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Quebec Women Enrolled In These University Programs Can Get Up To $12K In Scholarship Money

There are also new scholarships for female CEGEP students studying IT.

Quebec announced new scholarships for women studying tech, as an effort to attract and retain women in fields where they are typically underrepresented, according to a news release from the Office of the Minister of Higher Education. 

All women enrolled in a full-time university program in computer science, computer engineering and construction, and electrical, electronic and communications engineering will be eligible for a $3,000 scholarship each year for up to four years — by the end of their studies, this would total $12,000.

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Courtesy of BLUSH: Lesbian Party MTL Courtesy of BLUSH: Lesbian Party MTL

Montreal has all kinds of different bars, but these changemakers say many of them fall short in making space for LGBTQIA2+ women. For this reason, Avery Burrow, event organizer, and Resto Keela teamed up to create 5 à 7s for LGBTQIA2+ women that take place twice a month.

The events were created for members of the LGBTQ2S+ community to connect. According to Burrow, "queer women can actually have a reoccurring space where they can meet each other, flirt, make friends, and feel safe," at these new 5 à 7s.

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What You Need To Know About The New Bill To Make French & English More Equal In Canada

It would recognize that French is the only official language of Quebec.

On June 15, the federal Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages, Mélanie Joly, introduced Bill C-32 — an act that would overhaul Canada's existing Official Languages Act to equalize French and English in Canada.

If passed, the new bill would defend the rights of francophone minorities in other Canadian provinces, as well as those of the "English-speaking minority" in Quebec.

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