Almost a month to the day after Dieppe adopted its controversial bilingual signage bylaw, the Front commun pour l'affichage bilingue au Nouveau-Brunswick is looking for the City of Moncton to do the same. This petition is to encourage the Moncton City Council to listen to the majority who do not believe in a sign language law!! We, the undersigned, are concerned citizens who urge our leaders to act now to allow private business owners to display the language of their choice on their business signs.
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Shane Dickie, Canada2 years ago Comments: "I have not yet begun to fight. It is not a crime to speak English. Who has to right to take food out of the mouths of babes, prevent a shelter over their heads, who can say they are truly bilingual? I ask you, is speaking French, bilingual? Our English language is truly suffering, being trampled by an archaic, (outdated, for bilingual people) language that only has a limited word count, consequently, many words are strung together to make one French "word". Not to mention the English language instruction is suffering in the schools.
Shawn Lewis, Canada2 years ago Comments: Why have 50% of employees be bilingual when the province is only 20% french (proper french speaking)
Brian Porter, Canada4 years ago Comments: NO TO BILINGUAL SIGNAGE IN MONCTON A THOUSAND TIMES!
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