English Parents' Committee Association of Quebec

A Parents' Association for English Schools in Quebec

A voice for all parents

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Dear Parents,
I would like to welcome all newly elected governing board and parents’ committee members. I myself have been re-elected as President of EPCA and I couldn't be more proud and humbled at the trust that has been placed in me. I know that together we can continue to make a real difference in the educational success of our children. 

The school year is well underway and this week Bill 9 was tabled. Bill 9 is an act to reform the role of the Student Ombudsman. EPCA will study the Bill and conduct a consultation with its parent members. 

Also, vaccinations for children aged 5-11 have begun. You have options at your disposal for booking an appointment; I encourage you to do what is right for your family.

This month’s EPCA newsletter deals with Individual Education Plans (IEPs). We have worked hard to include information parents should know and need to know for this very important process to help their children in their educational success. 

If you have any questions, please contact us!

I am looking forward to continuing to advocate for all Anglophone parents and students over the upoming year.

The government of Quebec launches  “Open School”

For parents needing resources for home education in the face of this pandemic


The English Parents' Committee Association, the EPCA, is a coalition of parents' committees of Quebec's English school boards; it represents nearly 100,000 students in the young anglophone sector. EPCA is a non-profit association funded by the Ministry of Education and Higher Education (MEES).
The EPCA advocates for public education in English in Quebec and lobbies for questions that concern members of our parent committee. 



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