OTTAWA—A few months ago I appeared in front of the planning committee of Ottawa city council, and pointed out that a development on Main Street had not offered services or signs in English and French. This was happening in a neighbourhood where the mother tongue of a significant number of families is French, where there are francophone institutions, and where children go to French schools. Surprisingly, not one of the councillors present considered the issue worthy of discussion.
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