We are very happy that you have decided to investigate our efforts to fight against a discriminatory policy that has elevated the French-speakers to 1st Class status and the rest of us to 2nd & 3rd class status. The last classification would refer to the half million (575,555 in the 2011 census) English-speakers in Quebec who are harassed in their daily lives by Bills 22, 178 & 101 & by the French-speaking zealots. Those in Ontario are now in danger of the same treatment as Ontario has a Language Commissioner whose job is to ensure that the 4.06% French speakers get segregated services (schools, hospitals, clinics, etc). Read more....
As a non-profit organization, we're always looking for volunteers for the following:
Help us spread the message about the discriminatory nature of the Official Languages Act which acts like an affirmative action program for French-speakers. Most bilingual people are French-speakers first and picking up English is an easier task for them than for an English-speaker to pick up French, living in an environment that is mainly English-speaking. This policy has resulted in an over-representation of French-speakers in the Federal Public Service. As each province is coerced into adopting this policy, it is also happening in the provincial & municipal public service. It has also crept into the private sector so that the English-speaking majority is shut out of serving their government (all levels) as well as from jobs in the private sector. Read more...
Who We Are
The contributors of this website are concerned citizens (including public servants) who wish to share information on how Canadas' official language policy affects the cost structures and sociological climate of Canadians including the careers of current public servants.
Our goal is to influence the public and government policy makers to make rational decisions when it comes to setting language policy.