Bill 101 changes force French descriptors on corporate signage

“The Quebec government is introducing a change to Bill 101 that would force corporations to include French descriptions in their names. Global’s Billy Shields explains.”

Significant changes are coming to Bill 101 for the first time in 23 years, according to Quebec’s minister of culture and communications. French-language descriptions, a sign of much debate in the province, will now have to accompany corporate trademarks.

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