A union and an association representing Hill interpreters are lambasting the House of Commons’ decision to launch a pilot project testing the use of remote and external interpreters, and Conservative House Leader John Brassard is adding his voice to the chorus of those arguing it will threaten the quality of bilingualism on the Hill.

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