Quebec wants to force businesses to add French to outdoor signage

“The Quebec government has proposed a modification to the province’s sign rules that would require Quebec businesses to add French to their outdoor signage, without altering registered trademark names.”

Hélène David, acting minister responsible for the protection and promotion of the French Language, made the announcement Tuesday afternoon.

“Thanks to this change, every person, whether driving on a highway, on a sidewalk, in an industrial area or in a commercial parking lot, will know they are in Quebec, because they will see French on the signs,” she told a news conference in Montreal…

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