Can’t Compel French: Judge

English-speaking federal employees should not be compelled to use French, a federal judge ruled yesterday. Compulsory bilingualism would be unfair to the majority of Canadians, 80 percent, that speak only one official language or the other, said the Federal Court: “The reality in many so-called bilingual environments is that the language of work is English.”

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