According to Jan Wong, a former Montrealer, writing in The Globe and Mail, the Dawson shooter, not being pure laine, was discriminated against by Quebec’s “infamous language law.” What a crock. Whatever tension there has been in the past about laws such as 101 is long dissipated. In fact, it can be argued that its language laws are one of the reasons Quebec remains in the Canadian federation. We don’t need outside ingnoramuses like Jan Wong writing in Canada’s self styled national newspaper to be stirring up yet again the lingustic pot in Quebec.
Did Quebec Language Laws affect the Dawson Shootings?
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