The ominous sounding Conseil supérieur de la langue française has made recommendations to further limit the rights of immigrant and French Quebecers. In Quebec immigrants and French Canadians are not allowed to send their kids to English schools ( which have quite a lot of teaching of French). A loophole for this exists , which statist elite are desperate to close. I guess now people will have to homeschool their kids, but I am sure these statist wi ll try and jack boot their ways into people's homes.
The Conseil supérieur de la langue française exists to give advice, in its superior way, to Quebec's minister for language. Yesterday, the Conseil gave some remarkably bad advice about Bill 104. That's the legislation that closed off an avenue into English schools via one year of un-subsidized private schooling. The Supreme Court of Canada threw the law out last October.
The Conseil declares that Quebec should further restrict educational freedom by slamming the door on the last vestige of language choice, not only for anglophones and allophones but also for francophones: Clauses of the Charter of the French Language that apply to public schools, and to the numerous "private" schools that get 60 per cent of their funding from the government, should be extended to fully private schools as well. Further, there should be no more consideration of individual cases - such as those involving students with learning disabilities - because these might interfere with "the general principles of the language policy of the Quebec state."