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Quebec language police

Either under pressure from Quebec’s language watchdog or on their own initiative, numerous English-only retail websites have
In the latest skirmish over Quebec’s language laws, a Montreal area salad bar is fighting an order from the province’s language
The Office Quebecoise de la Langue Francaise has opened an investigation into the yogurt chain Menchie's. The issue: The plastic spoons are embossed with English words. At a certain point, Quebec citizens must ask: Can we sleep at night despite knowing that a spoon is not 100% bilingue?
Quebec’s so-called language police are evidently going after plastic frozen yogurt spoons. A Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt location
The Language Police are at it again – and this time, they’re going ‘under the cover.’ In the YouTube comedy that follows
It's the not-too-distant future and Sgts. LaJoie and Bourgignon are patrolling the mean streets of Montreal. Their first
The recent crackdowns by Quebec's French-language watchdog troupe (officially known as the OQLF) is actually designed to BENEFIT Quebec's English-speaking minority (a.k.a. "Anglophones") and small business. The global attention generated by the OQLF will spawn a new breed of tourist, "Wordies," who will flock here to eat, drink and take pictures in all the affected places.