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Tom Mulcair sees Ottawa’s Bill C-13 becoming a 2023 election issue

Ex-NDP leader takes issue with Ottawa’s pending overhaul of Official Languages Act In a talk at Concordia University last week, former NDP leader Tom Mulcair...

Agape-NPI releases new data on Laval’s English-speaking population

Latest count of English is 90,975, out of more than 437,000 population More than 30 persons sharing a common interest in the health and well-being...

Anglo ‘Task Force’ brief says Bill 96 ‘deinstitutionalizes the English language’

Among TFLP’s founding members are veterans of the first wave of Bill 101 resistance While maintaining that they enjoy “a pretty good relationship” with the...

Task Force on Linguistic Policy hopes to raise $100K for Bill 96 challenge

Online info session on new Quebec language law on Wednesday March 8 The Task Force on Linguistic Policy is facing a challenge meeting a fundraising...

As Laval’s English-speaking population increases, the SWLSB’s enrollment is still falling

Blame falls on private schools, enrollment at other boards and Quebec’s language legislation Even with the impact of Quebec’s Bill 101 included to account for...

Skeete skeptical of PQ surge in 2022, while defending CAQ’s brand of nationalism

Is Premier François Legault trying to outpace the PQ with his nationalistic proclamations? Regardless of where the shifting political layout may go heading towards next...

Bill 40 ruling ‘a triumph for English school boards,’ says SWLSB

Officials with the Sir Wilfrid Laurier School Board (SWLSB) issued a statement Thursday saying they are thrilled a Quebec Superior Court judge ruled that...

Agape aims to open a satellite office in eastern Laval by 2024

But Chomedey will remain the social services provider’s home base With a series of provincial government subsidies lined up, the Youth and Parents Agape Association...

Anglos struggle to see where they stand with Quebec government

Raquel Fletcher in Quebec City Despite the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) government’s repeated insistence that it will maintain the rights of English-speaking Quebecers, anglophones are...

Polls, Politics and Power Dictate Policies

I suppose we should not be surprised that our federal government tolerates, perhaps condones scandalous intrusions in the life of Canadian citizens in Québec. After...