That’s exactly what’s happened to young Meghan Moran who quit her part time job with a St. Lambert IGA after she and other employees felt threatened by not being able to speak to each other in English.
“It’s just about the principle. You should be able to speak whatever you like. I understand if they want to impose (some rules) — I’m not going to talk to clients in English, I would talk to them in French — but if I want to talk to my friend on my break in English, I should be allowed,” she said. “It’s becoming too restrictive.”
CTV in Montreal broke the story. LINK
Why on earth should she not be able to speak English even while working? Could you imagine anywhere in Canada where an employee would be chastised for speaking French?
What is the point of having bilingualism in Canada with that type of mentality? Is Quebec to be radically unilingual French and the rest of Canada bilingual? That duck doesn’t dance.
Language Nazi owner of the IGA, a Madame Louise Menard was referred to by a manager;
Madame Menard is French Canadian – who signs the paycheques. She’s asking that inside these walls people speak the language of work which is Quebec’s Language, it’s the law.
It’s actually not the law and it’s people like Madame Menard that shame Quebec and Canada. And of course it’s Canadians that allow this creeping linguistic racism and intolerance to abide unchecked.
If Canada is to be Socially Engineered to be bilingual then that has to exist in Quebec too, and shameful and disgusting acts like this have to be publicly and loudly condemned.
Will we hear comments by Stephen Harper, Thomas Mulcair, or Justin Trudeau? Ms Moran was fully bilingual. It’s not about picking on some poor Unilingual Anglo as they could never be hired in Ms Menard’s IGA.
Kinda makes you not want to ever shop in any IGA again, no?
What do you think dear viewers of CFN? Should there be a penalty or pushback against the intolerance of people like Louise Menard?
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