It was a move that caused many business owners to second guess what they post on social media.
Eve Cooper, owner of Delilah sur le Parc in the Gatineau area, posted business promos on her business Facebook page.
She received a letter from Quebec's langugage police saying she must translate her posts, otherwise face a fine and further legal troubles.
“It is not the fact that it is social media, it is about the fact that it is commercial publicity and advertising,” Jean-Pierre Leblanc, OQLF spokesperson said at the time.
Cooper received a call from another civil servant at the OQLF offices Monday with some clarifications.
"If I have a word or a sentence [in French], then I'm A-ok," Cooper said.
She also said the law, as it stands, does not have any clear parameters for social media.
"I feel like they're trying to amend that law without really doing it the way it should be done."