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“Is the ‘Quebec music only’ rule in government buildings and phone lines a form of state propaganda?” asks @ToulasTake in an opinion piece for @CultMTL #qcpoli https://t.co/LYsRj66b27
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« La règle "musique québécoise seulement" dans les bâtiments gouvernementaux et les lignes téléphoniques est-elle une forme de propagande d'État? » demande @ToulasTake dans un article d'opinion pour @CultMTL #polpq https://t.co/LYsRj66b27
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The @GouvQc will provide $2.7 million in assistance for English-speaking seniors in #Quebec over the next three years. “It takes a community to care for our seniors,” says @Cskeete #seniors #qcpoli https://t.co/7JigsNNf3q
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Le @GouvQc fournira une aide de 2,7 millions de dollars aux aînés anglophones du #Québec au cours des trois prochaines années. "Il faut une communauté pour prendre soin de nos aînés", dit @Cskeete #aînés #polqc https://t.co/7JigsNNf3q
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Hanes: QCGN conference reveals game plan for opposing Bill 96

Quebec anglophones have always walked a tightrope when it comes to asserting our rights. This is the conundrum Quebec’s English-speaking community is up against in what may be the fight of our lives — even after 50 long years of language wars. The two bills — Bill 96 and Bill C-32 — were the subjects of […]

What will new language bills mean for English-speaking Quebecers? Advocacy groups aims to find out

An English-rights advocacy group is looking into what Quebec’s Bill 96 and Ottawa’s Bill C-32 will mean for the province’s English-speaking community. The Quebec Community Groups Network hosted a conference Tuesday morning with participants from both Ottawa and Quebec taking part. Federal Official Languages Minister Melanie Joly defended Bill C-32, which includes the strengthening of […]

Les Anglo-Québécois entendent lutter contre la loi 96

It is with the rhetoric and strategy of a beleaguered minority that Quebec’s English-speaking community intends to fight the CAQ government’s Bill 96, which it considers to be an infringement of its rights in several respects. Under the umbrella of the Quebec Community Groups Network, some 150 people attended a conference on the subject on […]