Bill 101 at 40: Public Panel
The Charter of the French Language, commonly known as Bill101, sought to ensure the primacy of French in Quebec's public institutions, in certain workplaces, and on commercial signs. What impact did this legislation have on Quebec's English-speaking minority? Geoffrey Chambers, Julius Grey, Guy Lachapelle, Juan-Carlos Quintana, and Dorothy Williams will examine this question in a bilingual event moderated by Toula Drimonis. This event is free and open to the general public. There are limited spaces, and only registered guests can attend. The opening cocktail with refreshments and a cash bar starts at 5:30PM and the moderated panel begins at 6:30PM. The event is organized by the Quebec English-speaking Communities Research Network (QUESCREN) at the Faculty of Arts and Science at Concordia University.
Note: This event is free and open to the general public. There are limited spaces, and only registered guests can attend. Registration link here.