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Quebec proposes new French language requirements for public signage

Canada - May 5 2016 On May 4, 2016, the Quebec government introduced draft regulations proposing amendments to Quebec’s Charter of the French Language that would require…

Co-authors: Nicolas Nadeau Ouellet, Alexandre Fallon, Juliette Cong Liu.

Update of Quebec signage issue

Canada - May 17 2012 When venturing into Quebec it’s important to be familiar with the Québec Charter of French Language (the Charter), which establishes French as the official language of Quebec and governs use of the French language in a broad range of activities.

Voluntary agreement a viable alternative to Bill C-273 (right to repair)

Canada - December 31 2009 The independent aftermarket auto service and repair industry (aftermarket industry) claims that motor vehicle manufacturers provide preferential treatment to franchised motor vehicle dealers by providing them with tools, training and software for the repair of vehicles not offered to independent auto service and repair facilities (repair shops).

Co-authors: Meredith Ashton.