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Quebec Defends English Facebook Page For N.Y. Office

CBC | Posted 02.28.2014 | Canada

After Quebec's language watchdog ordered a women's clothing store to translate its Facebook page into French, one of the government's o...

Quebec's Language Bill Doesn't Apply To Facebook Page: Lawyer

CBC | Posted 03.03.2014 | Canada Business

Quebec's language law does not have jurisdiction over social media because it's intended to start conversations and not promote or sell prod...

Quebec Teen Told Business Name Is Too English

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 07.29.2013 | Canada Business

A teenage Quebec entrepreneur has a few choice words for the government after being told his company’s name is too English. When Xavier Menard, ...

WATCH: They Speak English, 'Then We Punch Them In The Face'

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 03.27.2013 | Canada Politics

The Language Police are at it again – and this time, they’re going ‘under the cover.’ In the YouTube comedy that follows Quebec's 'Pastagat...

New Quebec Language Police Target? 'Steak'

CBC | Posted 04.27.2013 | Canada Politics

More Montreal restaurateurs are speaking out about the demands imposed by Quebec's language police over signs and menu items that are not in French. ...

Should Quebec Shame Me Out of Speaking English?

Jenn Gearey | Posted 03.18.2013 | Canada Politics
Jenn Gearey

My ancestors were among those who discovered La Nouvelle France; "Drouin" was my paternal grandmother's last name. I love Québec and I stand up for it. I wish I could say that my petit nation thought I was the ideal Québecois. But no, I feel like Madame Marois wants to turpentine the Anglo off of me or have the French Québecois alienate and exile me. There are many of us Québecois who are not pure laine, but Québec is the only place that is home to us. If people of all religions, of all races, of both genders can live together in harmony in this province, why can't Anglos and Francos?