By Gordon Lambie
Local Journalism Initiative
Quebec Liberal Party Leader Dominique Anglade told The Record Tuesday afternoon that she considers respect for access to services in English to be a fundamental part of the upcoming discussion on Quebec’s Bill 96, but remained vague about just what her party might say in those discussions.
“This is the process that will guide us in the weeks to come,” the provincial party leader said speaking in Orford alongside fellow MNAs Marc Tanguay and Jennifer Maccarone at the start of her party’s pre-session caucus meeting.
Although Anglade’s topic of the day was a goal of passing a bill to make a single-price daycare service available by law to all children in the province, the party leader faced many questions related to the CAQ’s proposed revisions to Quebec’s language laws, based on a report that the English Montreal School Board had rejected the bill’s call for recognition of Quebec nationhood while indicating a desire to challenge the bill in court.
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