Justin Trudeau apologizes for answering English question in French at Sherbrooke town hall

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized to English language minority communities for answering an English question in French during a town hall session in Sherbrooke, Que.”

Following the town hall meeting in Sherbrooke last January, Trudeau has since apologized in public, but also directly to the Quebec Community Groups Network in a letter stating he has stood up his entire life for the linguistic minorities of Canada.

For the QCGN, it was clear that the Prime Minister understand the importance of speaking to minority language communities in their own language. The town hall meeting was put under investigation by the Office of the Commissioner of Official Language under Part IV concerns.

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