It’s easier for the government to pretend that this is a pressing issue when there are serious problems to solve.
Quebec’s legislature formally asks merchants to drop “Bonjour-Hi,” and to instead warmly greet clients with “Bonjour, die.”
The Norman Jewison-directed Jane Fonda vehicle depicts a side of our city that’s rarely seen in English films.
Though the province’s media may say otherwise, Quebec is not a place of great linguistic conflict.
Blockbuster bilingual comic Sugar Sammy shares his surprise at success and reps Cote-des-Neiges, in advance of his next run of shows at Olympia.
Today, on the 65th anniversary of our province’s flag, what does unity mean to Quebecers? Hopefully more than a trite rap song would suggest.
Wondering WTF happened this week? In this week’s Wednesday-thru-Friday round-up, we’ve got that stellar piece of crap “Notre Home,” the Habs buying back their fans’ love and Ste-Agathe kicking the English straight out of its municipal mailings. Yo, what up, Québec?!
Political columnist Peter Wheeland weighs in on the PQ’s proposed plan to pull mandatory English classes from French-language first- and second-grade classes and this summer’s surprising local tourism numbers.