Must Speak French: Cabinet

Private sector employers for the first time face requirements to speak French under a cabinet bill yesterday introduced in the Commons. Airports, banks, grain mills, interprovincial trucking companies, radio stations, railways, marine shippers and other federally-regulated companies must embrace bilingualism in provinces with a “strong francophone presence,” though the term was not defined: “It is up to us to protect French.”

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