The Bonjour-Hi debate is back after Member of the National Assembly voted unanimously in favour of another resolution to eliminate the word “Hi” from the Bonjour Hi greeting. Two English-speaking MNAs voted in favour of the resolution, baffling Quebec Community Groups Network President Geoffrey Chambers. “Promoting and protecting the French language we are all for. Suppressing the English language is not on,” he said via Twitter.
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