Couldn’t Find French Speaker

Cabinet spent six months on a failed search for a new Commissioner of Indigenous Languages who spoke French, according to a briefing note. The requirement was dropped with the appointment of British Columbia anthropologist Ronald Ignace to the $216,000-a year post: “Our languages will no longer stand in the shadow of other languages here in our land.”

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