Daybreak Montreal | Dec 6, 2012 | 7:35

Impact of Bill 101 changes on small business

Changes to Bill 101 are going to mean changes for small business owner. French must now be used in meetings, internal communication and training for businesses with twenty-six to fifty employees. We hear from two business owners about what these changes could mean for them.

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