Last week, Ontario Premier Doug Ford angered many when his government announced plans to axe the French language services commissioner and scrap a proposed French language university.
Francophones in Ontario protested the move this past weekend and the push back has forced the Ontario government to re-evaluate its plans.
On Nov. 30, the PCs announced plans to re-create the position of French language services commissioner as part of the ombudsman’s office, Caroline Mulroney was named the minister of Francophone affairs and Ford’s office hired a Francophone policy advisor.
Needless to say, Ford got the message.
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