Because it publishes with both French and English contents, the Quebec government’s language police have launched an investigation:
A monthly newsletter in the city of Chateauguay, Quebec, has caused a stir and it has nothing to do with its content. A resident complained there was too much English in the newsletter and now, Quebec’s language watchdog has launched an investigation.
The Office Quebecois de La Langue Francaise is looking into why the newsletter, called the “Chateauguay magazine,” is written in both French and English. The office says that’s a clear violation of the Charter of the French language, or Bill 101.
The office wants to ensure that the all the city’s communication with citizens is done only in the official language of French.
The folks in Chateauguay are apparently being oppressed because the magazine includes content addressed to the 26% of the population that speaks English.