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Quebec Language Laws

A teenage Quebec entrepreneur has a few choice words for the government after being told his company’s name is too English
Quebec: As the Distinct Society you have fought so valiantly to become, what are you doing with that responsibility? Are you addressing the cultural and racial coexistence challenges that face every growing populace? Are you attempting to be an equal and balanced partner with the rest of Canada?
The government of Quebec is attempting yet again to further its agenda of imposing the supremacy of one language group above human rights. We are getting perilously close to losing this country if we continue to appease Quebec by giving in to these violations.
The Language Police are at it again – and this time, they’re going ‘under the cover.’ In the YouTube comedy that follows
A Montreal coffee shop is facing prosecution under Quebec’s language laws over its name, which spells “cafe” with an extra
Over the last year, the provinces of Ontario, Alberta and Québec were called to renew their representatives in their respective provincial legislatures. But Contrary to the trend in Ontario and Alberta, where the revelation of a candidate's bias would stain a campaign, Parti Québecois rose in the polls following the aforementioned disturbing disclosures, and even managed to win a minority government.
A heated battle of words broke out in Montreal when an angry Quebecer called out an English-speaking group for not speaking
Quebec's school segregation laws, which ensure the children of immigrants from English-speaking countries do not have the right to send their children to English schools, uses language identical in principle to that used under the now defunct apartheid system of South Africa. All it would take to eliminate this inequality is a proclamation by the legislation or government of Quebec.