CBC News Quebec's Bill 101 is official New

CBC News Quebec's Bill 101 is official New

At the end of a long hot summer, Bill 101, the French language charter, is adopted on August 26, 1977, kicking off the transformation from a traditionally bilingual Quebec into a unilingual French province. Bill 101 is shock therapy for what the PQ describe as a sick society that Quebec has become, reports CBC's David Bazay. The new French language charter is hailed as a master plan to free Quebec from the economic dominance of the province's English minority.

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  • Added on: 07/22/2019
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