Wants $1,500 French Fines

A French rights advocate who took Air Canada to the Supreme Court yesterday told the Commons language committee that critics must be vigilant. Breaches of bilingualism law should be punishable by a $1,500 fine, he said: “As a francophone citizen, I have to read a sign that says ‘exit’.”

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