‘Je suis Québécoise. Point final’: Questions remain for Anglophones after Bill 96 passes

Born and raised in Quebec, Alison Ramsey has made efforts to live her life in the language of Molière, even if her heritage and first language are English. But lately she’s been feeling like her efforts are not enough. That’s because Bill 96, the province’s reform of the French language charter is going too far, she says. Global's Gloria Henriquez has more.

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