No ‘hidden agenda’ with Bill 96, Quebec’s language minister says

The minister responsible for the French language says the Legault government has no “hidden agenda” with Bill 96, and insists the status quo will continue for the English-speaking and Indigenous communities when accessing health and social services.

Critics including the Quebec Community Groups Network have said that under Bill 96, out of 1.1 million residents who feel more comfortable receiving health care in English, 300,000 to 500,000 will no longer be eligible.

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