Quebec language reform: Francophones who attended English CEGEPs say they deserve the right to choose

Future generations of francophones may soon see their chances at attending higher education in English cut by the current Coalition Avenir Québec government.

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marie c queenton
marie c queenton
8 · a year ago · Twitter

As a French-speaking teen, I was super keen to learn languages. I went to an English cégep, found it tough but persisted. I was later a public servant with an EEE level and now speak 3 languages fluently. It was a great learning experience for me.

Kim
Kim
8 · a year ago · Twitter

Yes, students should have the RIGHT to choose where they want to study. ENOUGH of this crazy Quebec government that feels the need to CONTROL people.

Boosted, Bedazzled and Brazen
Boosted, Bedazzled and Brazen
6 · a year ago · Twitter

Yes, and they should take all their courses and exams IN ENGLISH after choosing us.

Add Your Name
Add Your Name
6 · a year ago · Twitter

Nope. Too bad. Honour your French heritage and stay in French. We are evil and will assimilate you. Best not try

cindy
cindy
5 · a year ago · Twitter

Good luck my francophone friends your government has screwed you too