Sunday, May 19, 2013

MONTREAL MAYOR MICHAEL APPLELBAUM REJECTS A BILINGUAL MONTREAL

 

A call for the City of Montreal to revise its charter to become a bilingual municipality was quickly rejected by the city's anglophone mayor and the francophone leader of the opposition at Monday's city council meeting.

Canadian Rights in Quebec, which describes itself as a Quebec-based organization dedicated to preserving the rights granted by the Canadian constitution, announced Monday it would target Montreal's city council with a letter-writing campaign in its battle to have English and French recognized as official languages of Quebec.

James Mennie, The Gazette. (April 23, 2013)

 

1 comment:

pafmurray said...

Michael is "a politician" but what Montreal really needs are people, not politicians! http://murraymakingadifference.wordpress.com/2013/02/13/a-portrait-of-a-hypocrite-o/