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Editorial: Protecting Canada’s linguistic minorities

What Quebec is seeking is, essentially, for the federal government to abandon its role in promoting linguistic duality across Canada.

For English-speaking Quebecers, there is much that is alarming in the Quebec government’s vision of how the federal Official Languages Act should be modernized.

What Quebec is seeking from Ottawa is, essentially, for the federal government to abandon its role in promoting linguistic duality across Canada. Not only that, it is calling for an end to the Official Languages Act’s approach of symmetry between the country’s official language minorities.

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