Anglos struggle to see where they stand with Quebec government

Despite the Coalition Avenir Québec (CAQ) government’s repeated insistence that it will maintain the rights of English-speaking Quebecers, anglophones are struggling to see where they stand with this government.
Recent decisions and statements by the premier have only heightened concerns.
Take, for instance, the decision to cancel the . . .

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