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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. More about the bill and other language legislation on our Language Rights page.


Quebec forms ‘action group’ on French language to halt ‘decline’

QCGN Director General Sylvia Martin-Laforge says that the action group created by Quebec French Language Minister Jean-François Roberge should consult with English-speaking Quebecers before taking concrete steps to further protect […]

Letters to the editor: ‘Private health care will allow innovation and improve the Canadian health care system.’ Does Canada need competition

While Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent criticism of the use of the notwithstanding clause by the governments of Quebec and Ontario is admirable, “English-speaking Quebeckers remain worried that the federal […]