Bilingualism Bill Dies Again

Proponents are resigned to defeat of a Supreme Court bilingualism bill but predict the language requirement will be law some day. The 41st Parliament again failed to pass legislation that all Court appointees be fluent in English and French. The measure has been before the Commons since 2008: “I feel sad”.

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