Continually funding the Francophone Arts and Culture is just another way of pushing the bilingual agenda. I for one am tired of having bilingualism shoved down our throats at a cost of $2.4 billion annually, thanks to the Federal government, $623 million provincially.
In my mind keeping jobs and families in the area should be the priority. Numbers in Cornwall and surrounding areas have not increased since the 50’s yet you continue to ignore the majority who care first and foremost about the economy of SD&G and Cornwall. Your comment such as “opening up the border will have little effect on the Cornwall Businesses” is proof of that. Funding for Arts and Culture should include ALL languages or none at all.
MP Lauzon I am done shaking your hand. No more votes from me.
Tammy A. Hart
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