OQLF may backtrack again
First it was pasta, now it's fish and chips.
The OQLF filed a complaint against the owner of the Brit and Chips on Cote de Neiges road for having among other things, fish and chips on his menu, and not poisson frit et frites.
But seems like the pasta, the language police are backtracking on this one too.
"We were told that if we would comply with their other requets, they would likely back down," owner Toby Lyle says.
But he still has not received any official word.
He says he will comply with other requests from the Office including changing the words "Ladies" and "Gents" on his bathroom doors. He will put pictures of Prince William and his wife, Kate instead.
Spokesperson for thw OQLF Martin Bergeron would not comment specifically on this case but says they are revising their laws to make sure that restaurants with "foreign specialities" are treated equally.