. ‘Bonjour-Ho’ Might Not Be The Great Greeting The Bloc Quebecois Thinks It Is « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Huffington Post – In Quebec, it’s considered controversial to greet people by saying “Bonjour-Hi,” because many politicians believe that using the English word — even after the French one — is too much of a concession to anglophones.

So the Bloc Québécois found a completely clear and uncontroversial holiday alternative: “Bonjour-Ho.” Catchy, no?

On new posters the party released in Montreal over the weekend, Santa — wearing a BQ-blue suit, rather than his traditional red — holds up his hand in celebration under the slogan “Bonjour-Ho.” Underneath, the text reads, “In 2021, we wish for a French Montreal.”…

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