Rolling Procession Against Quebec’s Bill 96: A Stand for Linguistic Equality

In a resonating voice of dissent against Quebec’s Bill 96, the Task Force on Linguistic Policy has orchestrated a 10-kilometer ‘rolling procession’ through the Cote-des-Neiges and Notre-Dame-de-Grace areas. This protest is part of a series of rallies against the bill, which was enacted last year and expands the province’s language laws, impacting business operations and the court system.

The Task Force’s Stance

Andrew Caddell, the Task Force president, opined that this legislation and the government’s additional proposed actions signify a severe assault against the English-speaking community in Quebec. The Task Force, along with other organizations, has initiated a lawsuit claiming the changes brought by Bill 96 are unconstitutional. [Read More]