Quebecers responsibility to protect French does not require repression of English

“The draconian measures contained in Bill 96 haven’t changed anything, weren’t necessary, and missed the target,” Eva Ludvig, president of the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN), writes in a commentary published by The Suburban: “It was heartening to see the degree to which the speakers (at a recent multi-partner conference) shared the QCGN view that ALL Quebecers, regardless of mother tongue or origin, have a responsibility to preserve, protect, and promote the French language – and that doing so does not require the repression of English, which will always be a part of Quebec society as it has been for more than 300 years.”

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