Daybreak Montreal | Dec 6, 2012 | 9:15

Changes to Bill 101

The legislation adds new restrictions on the use of English in the workplace and will affect education at all levels. Daybreak's Mike Finnerty spoke to Jean-Francois Lisée, the minister responsible for Montreal, the Francophonie and International Relations and the MNA for Rosemont.

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