Graham Fraser, Canada’s commissioner of official languages, says "the optimists have the upper hand" in English-speaking Quebec. Photograph by: Rod MacIvor, CanWest News Service
From The Montreal Gazette:
MONTREAL - Within English-speaking Quebec these days, “the optimists have the upper hand,” Graham Fraser, Canada’s commissioner of official languages, said Friday.
That remains true, he added, despite the recent brief tempest that erupted over whether anglophone Michael Sabia – a 16-year resident of the province – was the best choice to safeguard the heavily eroded resources of the Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, the prime retirement fund for all Quebecers.
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