French formally becomes Quebec's official language 1

French formally becomes Quebec’s official language

The Liberals are tabling legislation to beef up protection of French in Canada as part of the biggest overhaul to the Official Languages Act in more than three decades.

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30 comments

  1. So…. Quebec residents refused to learn English so they force all other provinces to learn French?

    1. @marty TrueGenesis lolwhat? i think you have a poor grasp of the constitution, honeybunches

    2. @Dennis Fischer lol..
      my bad….
      i forget the laugh track in these sit-com tik tok antics..
      lol

    3. More like they aren’t legally allowed to learn English. Quebec government prohibits students of French speaking parents to attend school in English or have English immersion classes in public schools.

  2. Wonderful news! Now that provinces can unilaterally change the constitution, Alberta and Saskatchewan need to make English only the official language and repeal equalization!!!

  3. So does this mean we can have all our products changed back to English now?
    Seeing as how 9 provinces will never speak French?

    1. Of course he’s trying to knock out the PQ! The same old game, it’s vote buying at the expense of the rest of the country.

  4. Am I missing something quebec was always French when did it change by the way I’m from Quebec lol

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