Quebec anglophone supporters protest proposed language law
More than 200 people opposing proposed amendments to Quebec's language laws held a protest in front of Premier Pauline
Marois' office in Montreal. Many of the protesters said they are worried about the Parti Quebecois' plan to strengthen Bill 101.
Beryl Wajsman, president of the Institute for Public Affairs of Montreal, said the PQ has taken its plans too far. "This has been
taken to a new level. This is one law too far. This is no longer just a bunch of people expressing their rage, it's anglophones,
allophones and francophones who, frankly, are ashamed," he said. "They're ashamed because the government is attacking the
most vulnerable," he said.
Only one man showed up at the protest in support of Bill 14 and the PQ's plans for sovereignty.