By Angelica Montgomorety, The Gazette
Anglophones have been eyeing bill 10 with caution ever since it was tabled in September.
The legislation will get rid of most local health administrations, including the ones traditionally run by and for members of the English-speaking community.
The bill has now been creeping through the typical steps toward becoming law for months.
Now, Liberals say the work is so painfully slow that they must now resort to an exceptional procedure, officially known as invoking closure, but more commonly called the “gag order.”