Petition statement to be delivered to Philippe Couillard, MD, Premier Ministre du Quebec

It is time to close down the L’Office québécois de la langue française.

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It is time to close down the L’Office québécois de la langue française.

To be delivered to Philippe Couillard, MD, Premier Ministre du Quebec

Petition Statement

The whole pretext for the creation of the L’Office québécois de la langue française is/was a fallacy. The French language in Canada, nevermind Quebec is not in danger. If the French language thrives in Sudbury, Cornwall, Ottawa, Hawkesbury, St. Boniface, MB, Cheticamp, NS,, throughout New Brunswick and many areas of Canada, it is not in danger in Quebec, the province with the greatest majority of French speakers.
There are currently 21,710 signatures. NEW goal - We need 25,000 signatures!

Petition Background

Since language legislation was first introduced to Quebec, there has been a mass exodus of "our best and brightest". Capital has fled and Quebec is perennially in the doldrums economically. Montreal is a shadow of what it once was while Toronto has flourished, to a very large degree due to the overcompensation of the nationalists in Quebec and those that appease them.
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