Opinion

A true national capital should be bilingual  

Ottawans fluent in both languages often switch to English to accommodate unilingual Anglos, making the French language less visible.

The City of Ottawa provides services in both languages, but doesn't require that businesses display signs in French.Photograph by Lord of the Wings courtesy of Flickr

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017 12:00 AM

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