A bilingual roundtable sponsored by the McGill Institute for the Study of Canada addresses some of the constitutional, legal, and political issues raised by Bill 96. It is moderated by Dean Robert Leckey of McGill University’s Faculty of Law. Panelists include Yves Boisvert of La Presse; lawyers Pierre Foucher (Université d’Ottawa), Julius Grey (Grey Casgrain), and QCGN legal counsel Marion Sandilands (Conway Litigation); as well as Richard Kistabish, Global Task Force for Making a Decade of Action for Indigenous Languages for UNESCO.
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