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Businesses Could Get Sued For Not Serving Customers In French

The CAQ's French-language reform bill, aka Bill 96, would implement a new system allowing customers to report Quebec businesses that don't serve them in French to the Office québécois de la langue française (OQLF) — potentially even leading to a civil lawsuit for businesses with more than five employees.

Businesses Could Get Sued For Not Serving Customers In French

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