Bill 96: Protecting The French Language

(Audio) Quebec’s Bill 96, which comes with generous use of the notwithstanding clause, would entrench the French language as the only official language of the province and open up the Constitution to recognize the province as a nation. That brings up a number of questions: What about Quebec anglophones and their rights? Can a province open up the Constitution to make changes and do it without a debate? QCGN President Marlene Jennings and Jack Jedwab, president of the Association for Canadians Studies (ACS), discuss these issues with Ed Hand on the podcast Unpublished Café

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