Mandate Equal Use Of French

Cabinet in last minute revision to a language bill would mandate “equality of status and use of English and French in Canadian society.” The clause amends a bill that for the first time extends bilingual requirements to the private sector: “We want a modern ambitious law with teeth, a law that will protect and promote French across Canada.”

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