Anglo MNA defends Couillard government’s rejection of anglo affairs office
By CTV Montreal News
An anglophone MNA in the Couillard cabinet is defending a government decision not to create an office for anglophone affairs.
The recommendation, intended to serve Quebec’s anglo minority, was put forward to several anglophone MNAs by Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser during a meeting last September.
D’Arcy McGee MNA and Parliamentary Assistant to the Premier David Birnbaum said they had a good discussion, but he and his colleagues decided against it.