Reform of Law 101: “We are asking for the union minimum” – Sophie Durocher

Reform of Law 101: “We are asking for the union minimum” – Sophie Durocher
Reform of Law 101: “We are asking for the union minimum” – Sophie Durocher

Sophie Durocher believes that the management of Dawson College is not right to complain about the new French requirements from the Quebec government.

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“Teachers in Dawson are completely failing because they have to learn to speak French or have a better command of French! But how long have you lived in Montreal, friends? How long has it been since you realized that it was the language of the majority, the language of use?” declared the columnist on LCN.

“It’s a fairly simple test that we ask them,” she adds.

This reminds us that Montreal is a French-speaking city, by its charter, within a French-speaking province.

“If I, tomorrow morning, go to study in Spain, don’t you think that after a year or two of studies, I will still be able to say a little more than “una cerveza, por favor”?” asks Sophie Durocher.

For the latter, the new requirements are far from exaggerated.

“It seems to me that this is still the basis. We ask for the union minimum from people who study in Dawson, in other English-speaking CEGEPs and in universities. It’s a mark of respect,” says the columnist.

“I think we don’t ask them that much. I find that they are shouting a lot, saying ‘My God! It’s terrible what we’re being asked to do,’” she adds.

To see the full column, watch the video above.

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