Quebec Calls for Language Law Reform

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In 1977, the Charter of the French Language, also known as Bill 101, established French as Quebec’s primary language of education, business, and government. However, recent studies have shown that the use of French in homes and the workplace is in decline, particularly in Montreal.

To counter that slide, the...

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