Critics concerned with language law impact

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Brian Daly, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 2:57 PM ET

A beefed up Bill 101 would hurt Quebec's English community and paralyze small businesses, critics tell QMI Agency.

The Parti Quebecois, citing the "anglicization of Montreal," tabled a revised language law this week that would impose more French on subsidized day cares and companies with two to four dozen employees.

It's actually a watered-down version of the PQ's original proposal that would have barred adult francophones and immigrants from attending English community colleges.


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