C-13: Quebec Anglophones feel they have lost Ottawa’s support

As Bill C-13, modernizing the Official Languages Act, undergoes its third reading in the Senate, English-speaking Quebecers fear that their concerns have gone unheard. For them, the federal government is playing by the Quebec government’s rules. “Until now, we’ve always hoped that the federal government would be our protector, supporting us as a minority language community, and we feel betrayed,” QCGN President Eva Ludvig told Francopresse.

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