Language Policies impact on business

Languagegeek lg at
Tue Jul 22 16:39:59 UTC 2008

Sorry, at some point in the process there was a code-page problem. 
Without accents and correct punctuation then...

Quebec Bill 101

Hope this helps


Ysgrifennodd Chris Allen Thomas 2008/07/22 12:02 p.m.
> Thanks for the info. My email did not receive the name of the bill 
> well (It is 
> gibberish, I am afraid). Can you give me the name of the bill in a word 
> document?
> Chris Allen Thomas
> Educational Linguistics (Ph.D. Student)
> Graduate School of Education
> University of Pennsylvania
> My Webpage:
> Quoting Languagegeek <lg at>:
>> Bore Da!
>> I think Québec’s Bill 101 might be one of the more famous examples of 
>> government legislating the local language (French) over any other. 
>> Especially of interest might be how the province regulates the language 
>> of business communitcation within a company (depending on the number of 
>> employees). 
>> -----------------------------
>> Chris Harvey
>> Research and Development
>> Indigenous Language Institute

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