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Quote of the Day - It's all very well in practice, but it will never work in theory. - French management saying
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Si Vou Plait, Eh? English For French Quebecers? Non!

Eh? It's Canada, and it's cold. But then again, that's a good thing considering where I am. Possible snowfall tonight, and great skiing tomorrow.

I'm in Whistler for a week-long international law conference.

So, you'll understand if you hear this week about Quebec's language law issues, and other Canadian mishaps.

If you're French in Quebec, your child won't have ready access to English schools. That upsets some, and pleases others. The Canadian Supreme Court upheld the Quebec law restricting access to English schools, ruling that restricting access to English-language education is constitutionally valid.

It just depends on what language you speak, and what language you want to speak.

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