Quebec Heritage News (QHN) magazine, the flagship publication of Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN), is looking for editorial content, original or reprinted. The magazine is currently a non-paying market.
QAHN is a provincial non-profit and non-partisan organization founded in September 2000 whose mission is to help advance knowledge of the history and culture of English-speaking society in Quebec.
Published six times per year, the magazine began as a communications tool, a newsletter to provide members with news about the organization and its upcoming events, and as a marketing tool for the organization, a vehicle to apprise current and potential funders and the general public on its project activities, updates and reports.
Quebec Heritage News defines its editorial mission as follows:
1) To share stories about people, ideas and events from the past that helped shape Quebec’s society;
2) To foster interest in all aspects of Quebec heritage, including, though not restricted to, the history and culture of diverse English-speaking communities; and,
3) To report on civic and legislative affairs, government programs, community activities and wide-ranging public-policy issues affecting heritage conservation in Quebec.
For more information, please visit our website, where you will find back issues until 2007 in PDF format.
Interested parties can contact:
Barbara Lavoie, Communications Coordinator
Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN)
400 – 257 Queen Street
Sherbrooke (Lennoxville), QC J1M 1K7
Tel: (819) 564-9595 – Fax: (819) 564-6872
Toll-free in Quebec 1-877-964-0409