A Brief History of the Language Laws of Quebec

Dec 8, 2011 by

BY CHIP SCHULMAN (“Languages of the World”) Ever since the British took control of Canada from France in 1763, the governing bodies in Canada have had to deal with a populace that spoke both English and French in large...

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Language laws: necessary or ridiculous?

Jul 19, 2010 by

Belgium is without a government — again. Not that the international community is bound to notice as Belgium plays a modest role in international affairs, beyond being the seat of European government. But still. And what brought...

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