An Act to promote the French language in Québec
Bill 63, more formally known as the Loi pour promouvoir la langue française au Québec (or "Law to promote the French language in Quebec"), was a language law passed in 1969 in the Canadian province of...
Ford v. Quebec (Attorney General)
Ford v Quebec (AG), [1988] 2 S.C.R. 712 is a landmark Supreme Court of Canada decision in which the Court struck down part of the Charter of the French Language, commonly known as Bill 101. This law ...
Bill 86
Bill 86 is a law in Quebec, Canada, which modified the Charter of the French Language to allow the use of English on outdoor public signs in Quebec, as long as French is predominant. It was passed on...
Casimir v. Quebec (Attorney General)
Okwuobi v Lester B Pearson School Board, 2005 SCC 16, is a leading Supreme Court of Canada decision on minority language rights. The Court held that parents in Quebec who are denied access to English ...
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Devine v. Quebec (Attorney General)
Devine v Quebec (AG), [1988] 2 S.C.R. 790 is a leading Supreme Court of Canada decision on the constitutional protection of minority language rights.
Allan Singer was a Montreal printer who mostly...
Office québécois de la langue française
The Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) (English: Quebec Board of the French Language) is a public organization established on March 24, 1961 by the Liberal government of Jean Lesage. A...
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Lavergne Law
The La Vergne Law (or Lavergne Law) of 1910, formally known as the Loi amendant le Code civil concernant les contrats faits avec les compagnies de services d'utilité publique (1910, Geo. V, c. 40), wa...
Mouvement Québec français
Mouvement Québec français (MQF) is an umbrella group of organizations in favour of the preservation and defense of the French language in Quebec, Canada.
The MFQ was founded in the beginning of Ma...
Gosselin (Tutor of) v. Quebec (Attorney General)
Gosselin (Tutor of) v Quebec (AG), [2005] 1 S.C.R. 238, 2005 SCC 15 is a leading case of the Supreme Court of Canada on the constitutional protection of minority language rights under section 23 of th...
Oh Canada! Oh Quebec! Requiem for a Divided Country
Oh Canada! Oh Quebec! Requiem for a Divided Country is a book by Canadian novelist Mordecai Richler. Published in 1992, it parodied the evolution of language policy in Quebec, and spoofed the Canadian...
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Alliance Quebec
Alliance Quebec (AQ) was a group formed in 1982 to lobby on behalf of English-speaking Quebecers in the province of Quebec, Canada. It began as an umbrella group of many English-speaking organizations...
Ballantyne, Davidson, McIntyre v. Canada
Ballantyne, Davidson, McIntyre v. Canada (Communications Nos. 359/1989 and 385/1989) was a case on Quebec's language law decided by the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations in 1993.
Three ...
Conseil supérieur de la langue française (Quebec)
The Conseil supérieur de la langue française (English: Superior Council of the French Language) is an advisory council in Quebec, Canada, whose mission is "to advise the minister responsible for t...
Legal dispute over Quebec's language policy
The legal dispute over Quebec's language policy began soon after the enactment of Bill 101, establishing the Charter of the French Language, by the National Assembly of Quebec in 1977. The Charter, en...
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Attorney General of Quebec v. Blaikie (No. 1)
Quebec (AG) v Blaikie (No 1), [1979] 2 S.C.R. 1016 is a leading decision of the Supreme Court of Canada on language rights in the Constitution Act, 1867. The Court held that the sections of Quebec's C...
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Charter of the French Language
The Charter of the French Language (French: La charte de la langue française), also known as Bill 101 (Law 101 or French: Loi 101), is a law in the province of Quebec in Canada defining French...
Commission of Inquiry on the Situation of the French Language and Linguistic Rights in Quebec
The Commission of Inquiry on the Situation of the French Language and Linguistic Rights in Quebec was established under the Union Nationale government of Jean-Jacques Bertrand on December 9, 1968.
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Official Language Act (Quebec)
The Official Language Act of 1974 (French Loi sur la langue officielle), also known as Bill 22, was an act of the National Assembly of Quebec, commissioned by Premier Robert Bourassa, which made Frenc...