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What is Bill 96?

As you may have already heard, Bill 96 was recently adopted. The bill is expected to have an impact on the province’s current social and political landscapes, leaving many of us to wonder how we will be affected by the newly implemented French language requirements.

As many of us eagerly try to familiarise ourselves with Bill 96, understanding the many new policies and language laws can become a complicated task. This is why we are assembling and aggregating important industry events, articles from top law firms, and more! 

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THE END OF "BONJOUR-HI": THE RULES OF DOING BUSINESS IN QUEBEC UNDER BILL 96

On May 24th, 2022, the Quebec government adopted the Act respecting French, the official and common language of Québec (the “Act”), previously and more commonly known as Bill 96. Many of the amendments to the Charter of the French Language (the “Charter”) and other statutes are already in force, with others following in the coming months.
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BILL 96 WEBINAR (PART 1) - IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

If you’re operating in Quebec, you’ll by now be familiar with Bill 96, the Quebec government’s proposed law that is expected to take effect this summer.
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HOW BILL 96 WILL AFFECT YOUR BUSINESS

The upcoming amendments to the Charter of the French Language (CFL), enacted through Bill 96, have provoked an intense debate throughout Canada. Do they "augment Quebec's powers to promote the use of French," or are they "far beyond what is necessary to protect the French language"? Regardless, Bill 96 will significantly impact the daily operations of businesses operating in Quebec.
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