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'Alors wow': Twitter reacts to language czar edict on bilingual tweets

Even before his decision has officially been released, Official Languages Commissioner Graham Fraser is coming under heavy Twitterfire for a ruling that will reportedly conclude that federal cabinet ministers should tweet in both official languages.

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Federal official languages commissioner Graham Fraser launched an investigation into ministerial twitter usage after his office received a complaint about the predominantly English-only feed from then-Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld)

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