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      Quebec government passed Bill 101, also known as the Charter of the French Language. This law aims to protect and promote the French language in Quebec by establishing it as the official language of the province and requiring the use of French in various domains, including education, the workplace, and public services. The law also mandates that all children attending public schools in Quebec must receive their education in French, with certain exceptions.

      The French Language Law has been a controversial issue in Quebec, with some arguing that it is necessary to preserve the French language and culture in the province, while others argue that it is discriminatory against linguistic minorities and limits their opportunities. Despite these debates, the law remains in effect, and Quebec continues to be a predominantly French-speaking province, with French as the primary language of communication in most public and private spheres of life.

      French Language Laws in Quebec [Bill 96 Explained]

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