Our rights are under attack

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L’Impératif français is a Quebec nationalist group that recently launched a propaganda campaign (image above) portraying English-speaking Quebecers as imbeciles – reluctant, hesitant, even defiant – for refusing to learnFrench.
L’Impératif français’ ethnocentric nationalism have been subsidized for decades by the Quebec government.

In 2019, it even received $21,090 from the Government of Canada (Canadian Heritage): https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage/news/2019/05/outaouais-has-every-reason-to-celebrate-the-start-of-summer.html

The Task Force on Linguistic Policy receives no financial government support. However, we are compelled to create a series of television ads to counter these disparaging depictions, and need your help to pay for production and airing costs.

Our goal is $25,000.00 to carry out an essential awareness campaign.
We need your support.

Kindly donate to our GoFundMe Page to share the commercial below across Québec’s French media channels.

This Task Force was formed to give you and the public at large an understanding of the worrisome clauses contained in Bill 96, the new provincial legislation that was tabled by the Coalition Avenir Quebec (CAQ) Government of Quebec.

Bill 96 will allow Quebec officials:

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Language Equality is Under Threat in Canada

The use of provincial and national notwithstanding clauses will suppress basic human rights for all Quebecers in extreme and illegitimate ways at home, at school, the workplace and in their commercial transactions.

To make matters even worse, the federal government has confirmed that Quebec can, on its own without using Constitution’s pre-established amending formula, amend Canada’s Constitution to declare itself a nation, that Quebecers are a nation, and that French is its only “official” and common language.

The proposed unilateral Constitutional amendment is, in itself, unconstitutional and ill-advised public policy that will affect other aspects of the Canadian Constitution.

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Quebecers, Francophones, Anglophones, Allophones, and all Canadians can stand united for equal and official bilingualism.

Logic, fact, morality and the law are on our side.