PQ’s proposed changes to Bill 14 leave critics skeptical
PQ ministers reach out to anglophones in open letter
Two Parti Québécois ministers have published an open letter outlining amendments to Bill 14, its controversial proposed legislation that aims to revamp the province’s language laws.
However, critics are skeptical that the minority government is truly addressing concerns of the anglophone community.
The letter appears today in Montreal’s only English-language daily newspaper, the Montreal Gazette.
In it, Language Minister Diane De Courcy and the minister responsible for Quebec’s anglophone community, Jean-François Lisée, review several key issues that affect English-speaking Quebecers.