Under Bill 96, politicians have promised “historic Anglos” they will keep their rights. But many wonder how that will work. “It’s limiting, it’s insulting,” said Eva Ludvig, the QCGN acting president. “It denies the history, the experience, the contribution of English speakers in Quebec.” Read more
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Bill 96, which became law on June 1, 2022, restricts the rights of all Quebecers in areas like education, health and social services, and access to justice.
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The CRTC says the CBC can keep its controversial branded content advertising, ruling that it “remains pertinent” for the federally funded organization’s budget despite serious concerns expressed by media unions, advocacy groups and hundreds of its own journalists. The Quebec Community Groups Network pleaded that Tandem “could have an impact on the journalistic independence and […]