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"We are in Quebec, not Maine or Massachusetts."
Eva Cooper owns a women’s boutique clothing store with locations in Ottawa’s Glebe neighbourhood, as well as in Chelsea, Que
A teenage Quebec entrepreneur has a few choice words for the government after being told his company’s name is too English
The Language Police are at it again – and this time, they’re going ‘under the cover.’ In the YouTube comedy that follows
More Montreal restaurateurs are speaking out about the demands imposed by Quebec's language police over signs and menu items
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?