Federal languages commissioner wants Quebec to do more to help Anglos

By Giuseppe Valiante, Canadian Press

The Quebec government has rejected a renewed call by Canada’s official languages commissioner that it create an office of anglophone affairs to better serve the province’s linguistic minority.

Graham Fraser told The Canadian Press he met with the three Liberal anglophone members of the legislature and said there was “no indication” the governing party would create a body dedicated to Quebec’s 600,000 anglophones.

The government’s reaction is not a surprise to community groups in Quebec who often complain the Liberal government’s rhetoric about the province’s anglophones doesn’t match its actions.

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