Mainstreet Cape Breton | Oct 26, 2012 | 9:09

Rodney MacDonald - Gaelic Reaction

This morning Gaelic speakers in Nova Scotia awoke to a headline that caught their attention. The Federal Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, Jason Kenny, questioned the preservation of heritage languages, calling them Linguistic ghetto's. This comes one day before another Federal Minister, Peter MacKay, is scheduled to make a major funding announcement at St, Ann's Gaelic College. Rodney MacDonald is the head of St, Ann's Gaelic College, and former Conservative Premiere of Nova Scotia.

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