The Commissioner of Official Languages does not share the Anglo-Quebec fear of C-13

“We expect the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages to understand and support official language minority communities, including the English-speaking minority in Quebec,” says Eva Ludvig, president of the Quebec Community Groups Network (QCGN). She was responding after the federal Commissioner of Official Languages, Raymond Théberge, sidesteps the question of whether, in his role as federal two-languages watchdog, he shares what he refers to in his annual report as “concerns in English-speaking communities” over the impact including constitutional effects of Bill C-13. 

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