Full house for meeting on language bills

Jorge Maria

Shawville Aug. 3, 2021 

More than 125 people came out in person for a meeting held by the Regional Association of Western Quebeckers (RAWQ) in order to lay out what Bill 96 and Bill C-32 will mean to the people of Pontiac.

RAWQ director general Jeanne Nivischiuk said the goal of the event was to engage with the community, to exchange ideas and ask questions.

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