Yes, Max is in a real pickle on his Bill 101 musings. The outrage—real, feigned, canned—has been as loud as it is predictable; one wonders whether it is time for some brave federal politicians to take parliament’s temperature on this matter of great national importance.
But I digress. Coincidentally, we here at Maclean’s wrote about the PQ and Bill 101 just before Max’s bon mots. At a time when everyone’s favourite freewheeling libertarian MP from the Beauce is musing about the necessity of Bill 101, the PQ is doubling down with a plan to apply the law to Quebec’s small- and medium-sized businesses. (Currently, the law as it applies to la langue du travail only concerns businesses with more than 50 employees.)
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