The state is that outside of Montreal you have the CBC, with a radio broadcast out of Quebec City, and then you have five or six local community radio stations and at this point fewer than 10 English-language community newspapers, all of which are either of limited range or in quite a bit of difficulty.
Attaching to the question from before, much of the English-speaking rural community is within access of radio and television from the United States. There's Derby Line in Vermont, as well, and publications. There is, then, easy access to English-language media, but there's not very easy access to local English-language media. There's CNN; there's lots of news on the airwaves, but not necessarily local coverage.
That comes back to questions of density of population. Obviously, on the Magdalen Islands, with 700 people, it's going to be very difficult to support a weekly newspaper again, but also, the institutions on the island of Montreal have great difficulty going off the island. For example, I work mainly in agriculture, so I get calls from CTV and the other news outlets about what's going on with crops or the weather, but when you say you're an hour from Montreal, they won't come out. Unless there's a flood or an accident—some great event—they just won't bother, and so the coverage is quite minimal.