With questions of a referendum dominating Parti Quebecois press conferences, leader Pauline Marois wants the language question to come back to the forefront.
Today in front of supporters in Saint-Angèle-de-Premont in Mauricie, Pauline Marois said the PQ should return to the question of language.
Marois said that the Liberal party prevented them from adopting their previous legislation (Bill 14) while the CAQ was willing to have a discussion on what she calls a fundamental question. Marois promised if the PQ is elected they will put the project back on the table and make a new French Language Charter.
Bill 14 would have extended Bill 101 rules for large businesses to smaller companies with between 25 and 50 employees as well as toughening up the law on access to English education and bilingual municipalities.