Trudeau’s French answer to English question not (necessarily) wrong

“Context, context, context. Context is what separates the Anglophone minorities in Quebec from Francophone minorities in other provinces. Their respective victimhoods are indeed comparable; but they face struggles that are different in nature and different in scale.”

The author of this article from Prince Edward Island reflects on the possibility that Trudeau was conflicted between his loyalty to Canada and his loyalty to Quebec when he decided to answer in French to multiple questions asked in English during a town hall meeting in Sherbrooke. This explanation comes in hand with her expression of a structural difference between linguistic minorities.

She mentions us as one of the groups in Quebec who has filed complaints to the Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages (which is wrong). However, there are no mentions that we have started a letter-writing campaign directed at Trudeau.

Read the full article in the Journal Pioneer.