Bilingualism

Bilingualism
Address delivered before the Quebec Canadian Club, at Quebec, Tuesday, March 28th, 1916

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Bilingualism by N. A. Belcourt

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1916

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Bilingualism
Address delivered before the Quebec Canadian Club, at Quebec, Tuesday, March 28th, 1916

By

4
(1 Review)

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2, and with respect to German the matter remains as it was under regulation 15.

Now, what is the case of the French Canadians of Ontario, on what do they rely, on what do they base their claim that French should be used in their schools? By the British North America Act it is provided that the rights and privileges enjoyed by Roman Catholics in the Province of Ontario at the time of Confederation, or by the Protestant minority in the Province of Quebec, shall not be interfered with by the provinces. Subject to these rights the provinces are given absolute power to legislate on school matters. There is the whole question so far as the legal and constitutional aspect is concerned. You have to see what in 1867 were the rights of the respective minorities in Ontario and Quebec. So far as Quebec is concerned, it is not and never was subject of misunderstanding. Everyone has agreed as to what the rights of the Protestant minority were and are, and no one has interfered with them. But it is different in Ontar

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