. Now that Quebec’s new language law has been adopted, many wonder how it will be enforced « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CBC – The potential problems with enforcing the Quebec government’s new law to protect the French language — commonly known as Bill 96 — become evident when one imagines the simplest of scenarios.

Under the new law almost all government services (with the exception of health care) must be provided in French.

There are two categories of people who will still be entitled to receive service in English or other languages: so-called “historic” anglophones (people who were educated in English), and immigrants who’ve been in Quebec for less than six months.

Excellent questions – read full article at CBC

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