Language laws

Trudeau sits with Legault during a meeting in Montreal on Dec. 7, 2018 (MARTIN OUELLET-DIOTTE/AFP via Getty Images)

Quebec puts the heat back on Trudeau

Tom Mulcair: With the Legault government pushing the language law debate again, the federal Liberals will be put to the test—and can’t afford to fail

Good news, bad news

Toronto hosts the 100th Grey Cup and lunar phases have no effect on incidences of psychological problems

Will immigrants save the French language in Quebec, or hasten its demise?

Language advocates are increasingly leery of immigration


Student lobby group divided on extending language laws to CEGEPs

Fédération étudiante collégiale du Québec can’t find consensus on issue of restricting access to English-language colleges

Jack Layton on building the NDP’s Quebec campaign surprise

Why success in Quebec is the product of carefully laid foundations, not some quirk of this particular race


New report says CEGEP students should have language choice

Conseil supérieur de la langue française recommends maintaining the status quo

Talk amongst yourselves, but en français

Proposed changes would make Quebec’s language laws even more draconian


The paragraph I’m glad I didn’t write

I was nodding along with Norm Spector’s latest column, until his final graf: