Bill 96 gains royal assent: Legault to monitor stats on French use in ethno-nationalist fiefdom
CTV News: 'Quebec's controversial reform to the French Language charter achieved royal assent Wednesday, setting in motion several new regulations aimed at maintaining the province's common language. Bill 96 passed in the National Assembly on May 24.
'Quebec MNAs voted 78-29 in favour of the law, with opposition members from the Liberal Party and Parti Québécois voting against it. The reform has implications for nearly every government sector.
'Among those implications, English CEGEP students will take more classes in French, new immigrants will eventually need to speak French in government communications, and changes are coming to the system for deciding how many judges in Quebec must be bilingual.'
Quebec should be forced out of Canada.