It is all fun and games until Quebec’s official aversion to English starts messing things up for other provinces.
Our francophone brethren has recently been on a tear against English, railing against stores and restaurants for overusing the language and promoting new laws that would essentially ban English from the province. It’s all French, all the time in Quebec. That is the name of the game.
And so is it any surprise that when an Ontario court requested court documents from its Quebec counterparts, they were presented in French only?
The National Post reports that when an Ontario judge requested a basic legal document for a sentencing hearing, she received a document so useless that she denounced it as a "disservice to the criminal justice system."
The document was deemed highly partisan and inflammatory, points compounded by the fact it was submitted late and in the wrong language.Read More »from Ontario court receives ‘useless’ document, in French only, from Quebec counterpart