Friday, November 20, 2009

PQ Wants To Restrict Access To English Daycares

Photo: Parti Québécois Leader Pauline Marois says access to English daycares should be limited in Quebec. (Ryan Remiorz/Canadian Press)

From The CTV:

The Parti Quebecois wants to amend Quebec's language law to restrict access to English daycares.

PQ leader Pauline Marois is calling for a change that would limit access to English daycares to the children of parents educated in English in Canada.

She says the amendment is necessary because the presence of the French language in Montreal has faded considerably.

Marois says Premier Jean Charest has done nothing while the French language has been disappearing from Montreal.

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Update: PQ wants language law applied in daycares -- CBC

My Comment: The reason why the French language is dying in Montreal is simple .... French families are fleeing Montreal's high taxes and an unwillingness to send their children to schools that are dominated by ethnic communities.

As to the idea that children under the age of 5 are now to be used as pawns by the PQ to push their separatist agenda .... please .....

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