Trudeau also apologizes for his answer in French (FR)

“Quelques jours après s’être excusé pour sa réponse en français à Sherbrooke, le premier ministre Justin Trudeau a également adressé ses excuses à l’Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario (AFO) pour une réponse en anglais à une question posée en français à Peterborough.”

After the incident which happened on January 13 in Peterborough, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did the opposite in Sherbrooke a few days later. Following those two events, l’Assemblée de la francophonie de l’Ontario launched a letter campaign in partnership with the QCGN.

Trudeau apologized in a letter to AFO on February 23 saying he understood the importance for a Prime Minister to speak in minority communities in their own language. The letter campaign allowed to send 85 letters in French and 70 in English. Furthermore, the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages also received about 60 complaints, which neither AFO, nor QCGN contributed as organizations.

Read the full article in ONfr – TFO website.

Read the letter and AFO’s comments