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LEBANESE WRITERS IN QUEBEC UNITE TO CREATE A CIRCLE TO MAKE THE WORDS SOAR

Although occupations filled by Canadian Lebanese are skewed significantly towards the business, management and commerce fields and many are employed in the health sector; the cultural impact of people of Lebanese origin in Quebec is very significant. Indeed, a large number are very active in various domains, including fiction, poetry, theater, technical and scientific production.

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