It was hard for Anglo-Quebecers to celebrate Fête nationale this year
The English-speaking community has built bridges with francophone Quebecers for generations, but are being given the cold shoulder by Ottawa and Quebec City.
Revellers celebrate Fête nationale in Quebec City in 2015. I predicted once Bill 96 became law, people would be told not to speak English in public. Now it has happened, literally, in my backyard, writes Andrew Caddell. Photograph courtesy of fetenationale/Flickr