This week the Liberals sent a letter to federal ministers about the challenges faced by English-speaking communities outside of Montreal, while Premier Philippe Couillard announced he is creating a new administrative office dedicated to anglophones.
This group will be part of the premier’s executive council and will “state and voice their concerns at the highest levels of government,” said Couillard.
The Premier has, until now, ruled out having a minister responsible for Anglophones, but he’s now reconsidering the idea.
“It’s my duty, first. Second, because I believe in it,” said Couillard.