A wink at OQLF
The owners of a Montreal public relations company are having a little fun with the recent controversy over the word "pasta"on the menu of a Montreal restaurant.
They've created a mock newspaper and billboard campaign based on the dictionary definition of the word.
It's a simple message outlined on a simple blue background.
It features the word "Pasta" and the Petit Robert dictionary definition of the word "dough"
"Dough" in French is pâtes, which is the word that language law police wanted the restaurant to use on their menu in place of "pasta".